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of University Waterloo Department of Economics ECON 202 001 w07 Assignment # 2, SOLUTIONS Answer all of the following questions. Show your work for full marks. 1. Varied (4) 2. Suppose that the economy of Briarwood has the following characteristics: AD: Y=900 + M/P SRAS: Y=Y + 10(P-Pe) and Y=1000 and u=0.05 a. If Briarwood is in long run equilibrium at M=500 and P=Pe, what is P? (2) In long run eq'm, Y=1000, so...

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