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Was the price of the subsidy $4?
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Was the answer to 20, D?
 

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I got 2 for the subsidy... don't remember the answer to 20.
 

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shit i got $2 what did u guys get for the supply graph question
and the budget question (leakages thing)

oh and what was question 20 btw? (the question not the answer)
I worked out the budget to be balanced... So B C and D weren't correct. So A? But I wasn't sure...
 

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Subsidy definitely 2
question 20 D
Question 2 was decreasing number of awards
that's about it for "tricky" ones from memory
 

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It was a budget surplus cos GS < TAXATION

AND IT WAS 2 YOU NONGS.
 

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iono I worked it out as balanced but A was impossible since exports> imports so... when you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains however improbable is the truth.
Budget surplus is only putting into perspective GS and TAXATION. SO IT'S B
 

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Question 20 was what will reduce the amount of Australian imports and alternated answers between contractionary/expansionary economy and a depreciating/appreciating exchange rate

The answer for the budget question was a government surplus
 

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Question 20 was what will reduce the amount of Australian imports and alternated answers between contractionary/expansionary economy and a depreciating/appreciating exchange rate

The answer for the budget question was a government surplus
I am in aggreement with you
 

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I got 20/20

NYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD?

the stooge bishes in my class even found it easy
 

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You are a deadshit, the value of the subsidy is given by the vertical distance between the supply curves.
 

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