## [answered] A graphical approach to equilibrium GDP in a private closed

A graphical approach to equilibrium GDP in a private closedeconomy

The following graph shows the consumption function (C) for a hypothetical private closed economy and a 45-degree line along which aggregate expenditure equals real GDP (AE=Y). Recall that a private closed economy does not have government and does not trade with the rest of the world (so G=0 and (X-M)=0). In a private closed economy, real GDP is equal to disposable income. At the current real interest rate, the level of investment in this economy is equal to \$25 billion at each level of real GDP. Use the blue line (circle symbols) to plot this economy's initial aggregate expenditure line, (C + I). Then, use the black point (X symbol) to indicate this economy's initial equilibrium output. Dashed drop lines will automatically extend to both axes. (Hint: You can see two of the coordinates along the consumption function by mousing over the green triangles on the graph.) Each graph needs two points to plot.

At the level of equilibrium output you just indicated, the level of saving is equal to? ?

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