# Answer to Question #59605 in Macroeconomics for ali

Question #59605

AS/AD Model.

AD: P = 48 - 2Y.

AS: P = 8.

PO: Y = 16.

What is the Inflation??

AD: P = 48 - 2Y.

AS: P = 8.

PO: Y = 16.

What is the Inflation??

Expert's answer

If in AS/AD Model AD function is P = 48 - 2Y, AS function is P = 8, potential output (PO) is Y = 16, then in equilibrium:

AS = AD, so 48 - 2Y = 8, Y = 20.

If at PO Y = 30, then there is an inflationary gap (real GDP is higher than potential GDP), so there is an inflation in this case.

Inflation rate is pi = (Yr/Yp - 1)*100% = (20/16 - 1)*100% = 25%.

AS = AD, so 48 - 2Y = 8, Y = 20.

If at PO Y = 30, then there is an inflationary gap (real GDP is higher than potential GDP), so there is an inflation in this case.

Inflation rate is pi = (Yr/Yp - 1)*100% = (20/16 - 1)*100% = 25%.

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