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bhai ap c) part mein T kaise laee T toh PART B) k question mein diya hai
dia to huwa hai
part B mein diya hai
saving level if taxes are....350
ok bhai sorry.....
jo formula maine diya wo konsa tha i mean kis cheiz ka tha ye wala Y=C+I+G
Is main NX nahi hai... NX stand for Net Export (Export - Import)
If Export > Import = Trade Surplus
If Export < Import = Trade Deficit
part c mein sign ki mistake hai -4930 k baad + 350 nhi aeega -350 aega na
Yes.... Par answer thek hi aya ga.. just sign galt daal dia hai.. Good
thank you so much
Main na handout nahi parha.... Robert Frank & BenBarnaka ki book parta hun. Basic equation hai jo main na solution main likhi hai... baki ap us ko simpl kr lo... See the following detail with reference....
A balance between injections and leakages generates the same equilibrium as a balance between aggregate expenditures and aggregate production. A little manipulation of the Y = AE equilibrium condition illustrates why.
AE = C + I + G + (X - M)
Y = C + S + T
C + S + T = C + I + G + (X - M)
S + T = I + G + (X - M)
S + T + M = I + G + X
This last equation indicates that equilibrium can be achieved by equating injections I + G + X with leakages S + T + M. Most importantly, when aggregate expenditures equal aggregate production (Y = AE), then injections are necessarily equal to leakages S + T + M = I + G + X.
Simpl krna ka simpl tareka yeh hai k suppose C both side pa aa raha hai to wo cancel ho jaya ga