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An increase of R5 billion in income in a macroeconomy leads to an increase in R3
billion in consumption spending. From this information, we can determine that the
marginal propensity to save in this economy is:

(a) 0.6;
(b) 0.5;
(c) 0.3;
(d) 0.4.

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