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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
, asked on 24/4/18
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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1
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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Vibhav
Subject: Economics
, asked on 22/2/18
Please explain how does greater saving lead to greater investment in poor economies and why does this not happen in developed economies???
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Vibhav
Subject: Economics
, asked on 21/2/18
How can greater savings lead to greater investments in an economy???
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1
Arunima Jalali
Subject: Economics
, asked on 20/2/18
Ques 20 both parts please
Q20. State whether the following statements are true false, give reasons for your answer
a) When marginal propensity to consume is greater then marginal propensity to save , the value of investment multiplied will be greater than 5
b) If the ratio of marginal propensity to consume & marginal propensity to save is 4: 1, the value of investment multiplier will be 4
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What are you looking for?

(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????

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

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

Q20. State whether the following statements are true false, give reasons for your answer

a) When marginal propensity to consume is greater then marginal propensity to save , the value of investment multiplied will be greater than 5

b) If the ratio of marginal propensity to consume & marginal propensity to save is 4: 1, the value of investment multiplier will be 4