Econ 2 Ch20 Determinant of AD 2 - The following graph shows...

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The following graph shows an increase in aggregate demand (AD) in a hypothetical country. Specifically, aggregate demand shifts to the right from AD1 to AD2, causing the quantity of output demanded to rise at all price levels. For example, at a price level of 140, output is now $400 billion, where previously it was $300 billion. The following table lists several determinants of aggregate demand.

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