# IS LM

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## IS LM

 The equation for the IS curve is given as Y=co+bo+G bl i 1-cl(1-t) 1-c1(1-t) and that for the LM curve is given as s i=- mo- P +mlYl 2 where Y is income, i is the rate of interest, Pis the price level, Ms is money supply and G denotes government spending. Further, l1e-t 011(1- t) = X. Then the expression for the aggregate demand function and its slope will be?   how to approach such problems ? someone please give the explanation .
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 can you post the question again? your equations are not clear. “Operator! Give me the number for 911!”
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 In reply to this post by econ11 it is question no. 25 from jnu sis 2013
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 I m getting option c...wid slope being -1/(p^2)(m2+b1m1lambda))
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 could you explain the approach ? how to solve these problems?
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 In reply to this post by Dreyfus Yeah! It's (c)
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 how did you solve?