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In the Macro Model, an increase in the amount of Capital in an economy due to Investment spending

 

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Shifts only the Aggregate Demand Curve
Shifts only the Aggregate Supply Curve
Shifts only the slope of the Aggregate Supply Curve
Shifts both the Aggregate Demand Curve and Aggregate Supply Curve
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