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for lindaQuestion 1 Given AE = $1,000 + .8Y, when income

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Question 1
Given AE = $1,000 + .8Y, when income equals $6,000, expenditures will be:



A. $4,000.


B. $4,800.


C. $5,800.


D. $6,000.
Question 2
In the multiplier model, aggregate expenditure equals:



A. autonomous expenditures.


B. induced expenditures.


C. the sum of autonomous and induced expenditures.


D. the difference between autonomous and induced expenditures.


Question 3
If autonomous expenditures are $1,000, income is $5,000 and the marginal propensity to expend is 0.6, then total expenditures according to the expenditure function would be:



A. $3,000.


B. $4,000.


C. $5,000.


D. $13,500.







Question 4
The multiplier process works because when expenditures don't equal production:



A. businesses adjust prices.


B. businesses adjust production.


C. potential output adjusts.


D. the government steps in to adjust production.


Question 5
The multiplier equation is:



A. AE = AE0 + mpe Y.


B. Y = 1/(1 - mpe).


C. Y = AE0 [1/(1 - mpe)].


D. AE = C + I + G + (X - M).


Question 6
The change in expenditures produced by the multiplier effect is really a change in:



A. induced expenditures.


B. autonomous expenditures.


C. exogenous expenditures.


D. the marginal propensity to consume.
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did you get the second set of questions?