In the short run with predetermined prices when output is greater than planned

In the short run with predetermined prices when

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56.In the short run with predetermined prices, when output is greater than planned aggregate expenditure: A. potential output is greater than short-run equilibrium output.B. potential output is less than short-run equilibrium output.C. planned investment is less than actual investment.D. planned investment is greater than actual investment.
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57.In the short run with predetermined prices, when output is less than planned aggregate expenditure:
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58.In the short run with predetermined prices, when output is greater than planned aggregate expenditure, firms will:
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59.In the short run with predetermined prices, when output is less than planned aggregate expenditure, firms will:
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60.In the Keynesian cross diagram the ____ line relates planned aggregate expenditure to output and the _____ line represents the condition that planned aggregate expenditure equals short-run equilibrium output. A. consumption function; 45° B. 45°; consumption function C. expenditure; 45° D. 45°; expenditure
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61.In the Keynesian cross diagram, the vertical intercept of the expenditure line equals _____ and the slope of the expenditure line equals _____.
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62.Refer to the figure above. Based on the figure, when PAE = 200 +.5Y, short-run equilibrium output equals:
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63.Refer to the figure above. Based on the figure, when PAE = 400 +.5Y, short-run equilibrium output equals:
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64.Refer to the figure above. Based on the figure, when PAE = 600 +.5Y, short-run equilibrium output equals: A. 1,200B. 400C. 600D. 800
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65.Refer to the figure above. Based on the figure, the income expenditure multiplier equals:
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66.Refer to the figure above. Based on the figure, if autonomous spending falls from 400 to 200, then the new short-run equilibrium output will equal:
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