Exchange rate, Managerial Economics

Assume a floating exchange rate system. The Fed pursues an expansionary monetary policy. Draw how this would look on the graphs below. Mark the new equilibriums. Complete the table. Would the effects of this policy on the exchange rate help or hurt the goals of the Fed?

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