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Why is the money multiplier in the United States smaller than the inverse




Question;Part A;1.;Why is the money multiplier;in the United States smaller than the inverse of the required reserve ratio?;Provide one (1) reason;2 Explain why depositing cash;into a checking account does not change the money supply. Provide one (1);supporting fact.;3 Explain why the money;supply does not change when one individual writes a check to another. Provide one;(1) supporting fact.part B1.;Describe one (1) reason why;the flexibility of wages and prices tend to favor the Keynesian economic view;in the short run and one (1) reason why the flexibility of wages and prices;tend to favor the classical economic view in the long run.2.;Refer the figure below and;explain what happens in each graph (A, B, and C) when an economy is moving from;a recession (point a) back to full employment.="msolistparagraph">="msolistparagraph">="msolistparagraph">="msolistparagraph">Graph A B C - Output Y,money market, investment="msolistparagraph">="msolistparagraph">


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