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Indu Nair
Subject: Economics
, asked on 24/4/18
In the given question, how do we know that income is to increase by 100 in each round?
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Pragya Shree
Subject: Economics
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Q20.In an economy, C = 300 + 0.8Y and I = 500 (where c=consumption, y=income, I-investment). Calculate the following:
(a) Equilibrium level of income
(b) Consumption expenditure at equilibrium level.
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Vibhav
Subject: Economics
, asked on 2/4/18
Why is the 45 degree line not a real AS curve????
Is it because it indicates the set of all points where AD = AS rather than indicating the change in AS with change in Income levels in the economy????
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Vibhav
Subject: Economics
, asked on 31/3/18
Why is the 45 degree line not a real AS curve???
Is it because it indicates the set of all points where AD = AS rather than indicating the change in AS with change in Income levels in the economy????
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Vibhav
Subject: Economics
, asked on 30/3/18
Why is the 45 degree line not a real AS curve???
Is it because it indicates the set of all points where AD = AS rather than indicating the change in AS with change in Income levels in the economy???
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0
Vibhav
Subject: Economics
, asked on 30/3/18
Why is the 45 degree line not a real AS curve???
Is it because it indicates the set of all points where AD = AS rather than indicating the change in AS with change in Income levels in the economy???
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1
Esha Pandey
Subject: Economics
, asked on 29/3/18
solve this
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Ujjwal Sancheti
Subject: Economics
, asked on 28/3/18
Please explain the method by which the following schedule has been method.
2018 Economics Board Paper Solution
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Ambareesh
Subject: Economics
, asked on 25/3/18
derivation of savings curve from consumption curve
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Arunima Jalali
Subject: Economics
, asked on 23/3/18
$"EconomistsaregenerallyconceredabouttherisingMarginalPropensitytoSave\left(MPS\right)inaneconomy".\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}Explainwhy?$
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Shanaya
Subject: Economics
, asked on 22/3/18
Please explain relationship between autonomous consumption and dissavings?
What is the implication of increase/decrease in MPC and MPs on investment multiplier?
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Shanaya
Subject: Economics
, asked on 22/3/18
Please explain steps after the steps :
At equilibrium, Y = C + l
We know, C =
$\overline{c}$
+ bY
Substituting value of C, we get, Y =
$\overline{c}$
+ bY + l
Y - bY =
$\overline{c}$
+ l
Y(1 - b) =
$\overline{c}$
+ l
$Y=\frac{1}{\left(1-b\right)}\times \left(\overline{c}+l\right)\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}bisnothingbuttheMPC.So,wehave:\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}Y=\frac{1}{\left(1-MPC\right)}\times \left(\overline{c}+l\right)$
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Shanaya
Subject: Economics
, asked on 22/3/18
In determination of income and employment chapter what question can come on short run equilibrium output? Please tell and answer them also.
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Esha Pandey
Subject: Economics
, asked on 24/2/18
What is 'Effective Demand Principle'? explain.
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Arunima Jalali
Subject: Economics
, asked on 24/2/18
In an economy, an increase in investment leads to increase in national income which is three times more than the increase in investment. Calculate MPC.
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(a) Equilibrium level of income

(b) Consumption expenditure at equilibrium level.

Is it because it indicates the set of all points where AD = AS rather than indicating the change in AS with change in Income levels in the economy????

Is it because it indicates the set of all points where AD = AS rather than indicating the change in AS with change in Income levels in the economy????

Is it because it indicates the set of all points where AD = AS rather than indicating the change in AS with change in Income levels in the economy???

Is it because it indicates the set of all points where AD = AS rather than indicating the change in AS with change in Income levels in the economy???

2018 Economics Board Paper Solution

What is the implication of increase/decrease in MPC and MPs on investment multiplier?

At equilibrium, Y = C + l

We know, C = $\overline{c}$ + bY

Substituting value of C, we get, Y = $\overline{c}$ + bY + l

Y - bY = $\overline{c}$ + l

Y(1 - b) = $\overline{c}$ + l

$Y=\frac{1}{\left(1-b\right)}\times \left(\overline{c}+l\right)\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}bisnothingbuttheMPC.So,wehave:\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}Y=\frac{1}{\left(1-MPC\right)}\times \left(\overline{c}+l\right)$