b.output and unemployment to fall.output to fall and unemployment to rise.output to rise and unemployment to fall.сd.10If the short-run aggregate supply curve (SRAS) is horizontal, then an increase inaggregate demand leads to:an increase in real output, an increase in the price level, and a decrease inunemployment.an increase in real output, a decrease in the price level, and a decrease inunemployment.an increase in real output, no change in the price level, and a decrease inunemployment.a decrease in real output, no change in the price level, and an increase inunemployment.а.b.с.sldepogei19 Lox ersdNoldbetodchomecce b nf cecsbroctSRA

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If the short-run aggregate supply curve (SRAS) is horizontal, then an increase in aggregate demand leads to:

b.
output and unemployment to fall.
output to fall and unemployment to rise.
output to rise and unemployment to fall.
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d.
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If the short-run aggregate supply curve (SRAS) is horizontal, then an increase in
aggregate demand leads to:
an increase in real output, an increase in the price level, and a decrease in
unemployment.
an increase in real output, a decrease in the price level, and a decrease in
unemployment.
an increase in real output, no change in the price level, and a decrease in
unemployment.
a decrease in real output, no change in the price level, and an increase in
unemployment.
а.
b.
с.
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19 Lox er
sd
Noldbet
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chomecce b nf cecs
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b. output and unemployment to fall. output to fall and unemployment to rise. output to rise and unemployment to fall. с d. 10 If the short-run aggregate supply curve (SRAS) is horizontal, then an increase in aggregate demand leads to: an increase in real output, an increase in the price level, and a decrease in unemployment. an increase in real output, a decrease in the price level, and a decrease in unemployment. an increase in real output, no change in the price level, and a decrease in unemployment. a decrease in real output, no change in the price level, and an increase in unemployment. а. b. с. sldepogei 19 Lox er sd Noldbet od chomecce b nf cecs broct SRA

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