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# What might shift the aggregate-supply curve to the left Use the model of aggregate

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Problem Questions for Review 33.7

What might shift the aggregate-supply curve to the left? Use the model of aggregate demand and aggregate supply to trace through the short-run and long-run effects of such a shift on output and the price level.

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Week 5 Notes Elastic v. Inelastic Steep Flat Inelastic Elastic Little change in Big change in Qd Qd Little Ed Big Ed Determinants of Ed Number of substitutes- moves with elasticity Time in which to make the purchase- moves with elasticity Proportion of income- proportion and elasticity move together Necessity- moves opposite Total Revenue  Money earned from selling goods and services  NOT the same as profit  TR= P X Q Ex. 1 P1= $1 Q1= 150 Find Ed (using midpoint) and change in TR P2=$1.25 Q2= 100 Ed= 1.80= elastic Change in TR= -\$25 If TR rises as P falls= elastic If TR falls as P falls= inelastic Elasticity decreases as quantity inc

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