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(Simple Spending Multiplier) For each of the following values for the MPC, determine the size of the simple spending multiplier and the total change in real GDP demanded following a $10 billion decrease in spending:
a. MPC = 0.9
b. MPC = 0.75
c. MPC = 0.6

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