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If the inflation rate is 6% and Susan receives a 6% increase in income, then, over
the year, Susan’s:

(a) Real and nominal income both remain unchanged;
(b) Real and nominal income both rise;
(c) Real income rises but nominal income remains unchanged;
(d) Nominal income rises but real income remains unchanged.

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