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D. pubhc preferences Scare: 5.56l6.55 MyQades K Mmeges'i 3- The aggregate demand curve \Huetratee paeswb‘e: Student nesponse Cm'l'ecl Answer A. :nmbwnatione of M and P far a gwen va‘ue on. E. cambwnatinne of M and V For a given value HF P. C. cambmatlnns of P and Y for a given Value of M. a D. resu‘ts If the Federa‘ Reserve reduces the money supply. 7“ 4 . Dane |ms.fiu.:du Q 3 Blackbo file Edit view ngtmy gmtmanc Idols flclp @191 C‘ X 9 -httpsilfllrrisfiu.edufwebdfurwflélZZflll.thf(ohaltMainFrarne.dowEbd {fir . 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Discussions 0 of output demanded. 56 Search a Web,— student nesponse Correct Answer A. hi her; reater & I: FlULiJrary g g a. higher; srnaiier Support — C. lower: greater mAnet (W l: D. lower: smaller Score: 0/656 8. The dilemma racing the Federal Reserve in the event that an unfavorable supply shock moves the economy away from the naturai rate or output i5 that monetary policy can either return output to the natural rate, but with a price level, or allow the price level to return to its original level, but with a level of output in the short run. Student [amuse Correct Answer A. higher; higher a. higher; lower a 1 r Done lms.fiu.edu Q 3 Blackbu Elie gen mew nglaly _Boukmalks look flclp agv e X 9 -huge/Amehu.edu/webdjurw/Icsuzuntpa/mha\tMamFrameeewem g MoslVIsiltd 0 Getting Stalled E ldlcsl Headflms jg Susie“ [um if? . 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S ME IF the demarld for money ll'lcreaees, thls ls turn wlll: EB Svlabm Student naponse Correct Answer FlUPOiCieS & A. lrlcrease VelDClty 9 Mai a. decrease VelDClty a C. have he effect on velocity @ Wilk- ‘ D. cause the Fed tn increase the rrmrley supply Ii Calenda' L‘ Scare: mess @ chat 9 Discussions 0 13. 9 Search In the aggregate demandcaggregate supply mudel, shurtcrurl equlllbrlurn uccurs at the WT cpmbmatldn pr dutput and pnces where: w Student nape-use Con-m Answer 5W! . aggregate demand equals ldng-run aggregate supply I: CBAnet Other . aggregate demand eduals shurtcrurl aggregate supply a . aggregate demand equals shcrt-run and ldng-run aggregate supply IE manes . shurtcrurl aggregate supply equals lungcrurl aggregate supply E MyProgeir. Scare: 6.66l6.65 14. E A Favorable supply shack occurs when: Student nesponse (Ionecl Answer A. the Fed lhcreases the money supply a. ul'llnrls push wages up a; q r be)“; |ms.fiu.=du Q 3 Hlxkhnam learn azllla Flrelox Elle gall [Kw nglmy goatmaule Idols flclp 32v 6‘ X Q -htlpsfllrrl§.flu.edufwebdfurwflélllflll.tpflf(ohaltMalrlFrarrle.dnwebd {3' . Cw stahdardevlatlnrl .0 lg Mosureiled 0 Getting Slanted m Least Headnne Q SESinn [um l I] Luglanacebonk x l D ShudiIdDeuliliunCakuHol x nu fl Pwilnms Fldglilylmslmms x l E TD AMERITRADE-diniymB >< fi VouTube- Emiliimy Pelsma cl... x l E mum-rd Leanilg Syslem x Q Cuurse Tuuls a s. aggregate demand equals snartcrun aggregate supply a ‘1 C. aggregate demand equals Short-rum and long-run aggregate supply Q mm“ D. Shurtrrurl aggregate Supply equals lungrrurl aggregate supply W Scare: 655/665 FlUPoIcies Q Mai 14. A raveraple supply shack dceurs when: (a mum ‘ Student nesponse (Ionecl Answer I7 Calendat L‘ A. the Fed lhcreases the money supply @ chat 3. unldns push wages up 3? Discussions 0 C. erlvlrurlrrlerltal pmtectldn laws ralse casts pr pruductldn p Seam“ D. an all cartel breaks up and ull pnces ran a W scare: 6.56/6.§5 I: FlULiJrary Sum! 15. W 1r the ecsnemy were raced wlth an adverse supply shpck ll’l the shurtcrurl thls wedld cause: Student naponse Correct Answe- . putn prlces and eutput tu rlse . pnces wsuld nse and edtput weuld rall a . pnces to fall and eutput weuld nse . ppth prlces and eutput tp rall Scare: 6.66l6.66 1 r lad/E |ms.fiu.=du Q ...
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