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An economy is facing the recessionary gap shown in the accompanying
diagram. To eliminate the gap, should the central
bank use expansionary or contractionary monetary policy?
How will the interest rate, investment spending, consumer
spending, real GDP, and the aggregate price level change as
the monetary policy closes the recessionary gap?

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