Please help, Microeconomics

1. Suppose the banking system has reserve of $750000, demand deposits of $2500000 and a reserve requirement of 20%.

a. if the fed now purchases $125,000 worth of govt bonds from the public, what are the excess reserves of the banking system? (Assume the public deposits the entire $125,000 in the demand deposits)
b. How much can the banking system increase the money supply by, given the new reserve position?

c. Using graphs, explain in detail how the change in moneysupply affects investment demand and as a consequence, aggregate demand. What roles does the spending mutliplier play in this process? Explain.

d. What is the impact of the FED''s actions on GDP, umemployment, and inflation?
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