Introduction to macroeconomics , economics, Microeconomics

a. The diagram above depicts the current position of a hypothetical economy using the Keynesian Income/Expenditure approach. If national income is currently at Y1 explain why this cannot be an equilibrium position for the macroeconomy.
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