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A. A decrease in aggregate supply can result in:

  1. a recession
  2. cost-push inflation
  3. demand-pull inflation
  4. unemployment 

B. In the short run (intermediate-range) of the aggregate supply curve, higher aggregate demand will increase

  1. the price level but reduce real GDP.
  2. real GDP without raising the price level
  3. the price level without affecting real GDP
  4. both the price level and real GDP

C. Which of the following helps explain why real GDP is inversely related to the price level within the framework of the AD-AS model?

  1. As prices fall, domestic consumers have an incentive to buy more of the cheaper goods and services
  2. As prices fall, the wealth of people holding the fixed quantity of money increases, causing them to expand their purchases of goods and services
  3. As prices fall, the government will have to reduce taxes, which will lead to an increase in the number of goods and services purchased
  4. As prices fall, the monetary authorities will have to increase the money supply, which will lead to an increase in the number of goods and services purchased

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