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Question : The following graph shows a decrease in short-run aggregate supply

The following graph shows a decrease in short-run aggregate supply in a hypothetical economy where the currency is the dollar. Specifically, aggregate supply shifts to the left from SRAS1 to SRAS2, causing the quantity of output supplied at a price level of 100 to fall from $200 billion to $150 billion. The following table lists several determinants of short-run aggregate supply. Fill in the table by indicating the changes in the determinants necessary to decrease short-run aggregate supply.

 

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