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Suppose you have $7,000 in savings when the price level index is at 100.



A. If inflation pushes the price level up by 10 percent, what will be the real value of your savings?









B. What is the real value of your savings if the price level declines by 10 percent?

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    Suppose you have $7,000 in savings when the price level index is at 100.



    A. If inflation pushes the price level up by 10 percent, what will be the real value of your savings?









    B. What is the real value of your savings if the price level declines by 10 percent?

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