Economics 305 Problem Set No. 9Suppose that you're at present a school senior. You're at present working a part-time job that pays$2,000 per yr (name it Y1), however you anticipate to earn $20,000 subsequent yr (name it Y2), after you graduate.Assume that there isn't any inflation and that the rate of interest is 10% per yr.a) You need to clean consumption such that consumption this yr equals consumption nextyear (that's C1=C2.) Remedy for consumption this yr and subsequent yr. What's your saving(S)? [Hint: in this case S will be negative; you borrow against your future income. You aredis-saving.]b) Suppose that your present revenue (Y1) doubles to $four,000 per yr. What occurs to yourcurrent consumption? What occurs to your saving? [numbers please]c) Set Y1 again to $2,000. Suppose that anticipated revenue (Y2) doubles to $40,000 per yr.What occurs to your present consumption? What occurs to your saving? [numbers please]d) Return to the preliminary incomes. Suppose that the rate of interest out of the blue elevated to 15%.Remedy for consumption this yr and subsequent yr.a. Suppose an individual expects to dwell six intervals. This particular person has no collected wealth and receives anincome of $15 in every of the primary four intervals. After interval four this particular person retires and receives no wageincome. Assuming this particular person follows the life cycle consumption perform, put together a desk showingincome, consumption and saving in every of the 6 years of the personâs life. Following the presentation inMankiw and assume the rate of interest is zero for components a, b and c.b. Suppose this particular person wins the lottery in interval 1 for $30 (that is equal to a rise in wealth).Put together a second desk exhibiting revenue, consumption and saving in every of the 6 years of the personâslife. What's the MPC out of the momentary change in revenue?c. Quite than profitable the lottery in interval 1, suppose this particular person will get and sudden wage improve of$10 per yr. Put together a second desk exhibiting revenue, consumption and saving in every of the 6 years ofthe personâs life. What's the MPC out of this everlasting change in revenue?