Econ

The economy contains 2000 $1 bills.

a) If people hold all money as currency, what is the quantity of money?

b) If people hold all money as demand deposits and banks maintian 100 % reserves, what is the quantity of money?

c) If people hold equal amounts of currency and demand deposits and banks maintain 100% reserves, what is the quantity of money?

d)If people hold all money as demand depositis and banks maintain a reserve ratio of 10%, what is the quantity of money?

e)If people hold equal amounts of currency and demand deposits and banks maintain 10% reserves, what is the quantity of money?

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