22) M1= 2000+100+1000=3100
23) M2=200+500+500+500+600+3100= 5400
24) MB= C+Rr+Er
= 1000+600=1600
25) GDP deflator= Nominal gdp/Real gdp
2=4/real gdp
=Real gdp =4*2=8
27) 4000=500/real
Real = 2000000
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