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Concept #1: Algebraic Approach to the AE Model

Example #1: Aggregate Expenditures

Practice: Use the following information to solve for macroeconomic equilibrium (T is a lump-sum tax): 

C = 1,500 + 0.75(Y-T) 

I = 3,400 

G = 2,600 + T 

X = 750 

M = 2,000 

T = 500