How large is the money supply, Macroeconomics

Assume that the following data describe the condition of the banking system:

Total Reserves                         $200 billion

Transactions Deposited          $700 billion

Cash held by public                 $100 billion

Reserve Requirement                     0.20

(a) How large is the money supply (M1)?

(b) How large are required reserves?

(c) How large are excess reserves?

(d) By how much could the banks increase their lending activity?

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