Quantitative techniques and decision making, Basic Statistics


Let the national income model be:
Y= c+1+G
C=20+0.6y
I=0.2y
G=20
Where y= income, C= consumption, I= investment and G=government expenditure find y, C and I from the model. By quantitative techniques and decision making.
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