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# Macro Exam 2 Formula Sheet EC 111

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Carter Cox
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Covers all formulas needed for exam 2, formulas are from chapter 10, 11, 13, and 15.
COURSE
Principles of Macroeconomics
PROF.
Zirlott
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Study Guide
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2
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CONCEPTS
Macroeconomics, Economics, Exam 2
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Date Created: 03/06/16
Macro Exam 2 Formula Sheet GDP o Y = C + I + G +NX o Y = GDP o C = Consumption o I = Investment o G = Government Purchases o NX = Net Exports = Exports – Imports o Export- Foreign people buying our stuf o Import- we are buying foreign stuf GDP Deflator- measure of overall level of prices o 100 X (Nominal GDP/ Real GDP) o Real GDP o Values output using prices of a base year o Nominal GDP o Values output using current prices CPI Calculation o 100 X (cost of basket in current year/ cost of basket in base year) Inflation Rate = ((CPI this year- CPI last year)/ (CPI last year)) X 100% = (New- Old)/Old Private Savings- income that is not used for consumption or paying taxes = Y – T – C o Y = GDP o T = Taxes o C = Consumption Public Savings- tax revenue is less than government spending = T – G o T = Taxes o G = Government Purchases National Savings = Private saving + Public savings = (Y – T – C) + (T – G) = Y – C – G Saving and Investment o Saving is equal to investment in a closed economy o I = Y – C – G Budget Surplus = T – G = Public saving (positive) Budget Deficit = G – T = Public saving just negative Unemployment Rate (U- Rate) = 100 (Number of Unemployed/ Labor Force) Labor Force Participation Rate o Percent of the adult population that is in labor force o = 100 X (Labor Force/ Adult Population) Labor Force o Employed + Unemployed Population o Labor Force + Not In Labor Force

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