Answer to Question #49953 in Macroeconomics for Jennifer
If I have an equation: C=500+.95(Q-T), how am I able to find C without Q? or vice versa? Thanks!
C=500+.95(Q-T) is the equation of consumption, where Q is GDP and T is taxes. GDP = C/c, where c is marginal rate of consumption and c = 0.95 in our case. So, to find C without Q: C = 500 + 0.95*(C/0.95 - T) = 500 + C - 0.95T Vice versa Q = C/0.95