So this question wants us to complete the table on the first question Saiz show the consumption on savings should do. Graphically. Andi, we're going to be solving that first. So from the from the giving table, the values off consumption, average propensity to consume the average princesses is safe on the marginal propensity to consume on the marginal Professor City to save are required to be calculated. Right. So the values for saving each a level of income are giving, and the formula to be applied are consumption is equal to income minus savings. So a PC is he called to consumption divided by income? Uh huh. On a P s. Is he called to saving? Divided by income. Uh, on M p. See, is the change in consumption Ah. Divided by the change in income? Yeah, And then the MP s is he called to the change in savings developed by a change in income. Okay, so now we're going to be, um yeah, completing the table. Basically. So the required values are the income, which is I. So we have the income. Um, we have the savings, which is s We have the consumption. We just see then we have the A p. C. We have a p s. We have MPC and we have MPs. So now we're going to be and we have the formula for them. So, you know, you know well, like what to do. And then we feel the table. Basically. So, for the income, we have so footsie and this is in dollars. We have to 60. We have to 80. We have 300. We have 3. 20 and it goes like that. So I'm going to be joining the table. So we have income over there. We have, um, us. Over here. We have consumption over here. You have this over here. We have this over here. I have the over here, so we're going to be feeling the table. Basically. So also on the table, we have 3/4. See, we have 3. 60. We have 3. 80 and we have 400. So we're gonna feel the table. So the S But this is minus four on his in dollars. This is for this. Is there a rather this is for this is eight. This is 12. This is 16. This is 20 24 and 28. So giving our former loud basically gonna work with Well, given that the consumption is income minus saving. So I am an s. They're basically so for the rest. So 2, 44 to 60. Yeah, um, yet is to 76 to 92. 308 3. 24. Do we foresee 3. 56 on 3. 72 Now the a p. C. As we can see over here that it is conduction of our income. So see, developed by I So it basically using the formula to find the answer is basically so a person would be 1.2 for this one for this 0.99 the real 0.97 0.96 to a 0.95 your 0.94 0.93 on zero 0.92. Now the a p s, which is savings about income. So s over. I it would be for this would be minus zero point 02 for this is zero. But this is 0.1 0.2 0.3 2.4 0.5 There were 2.6 and 0.7 Now the MPC, which is this formula changing consumption available to change your income. So since the change, the first will be nothing on the second will be changing consumption divided by changing income. Why so the changing this develop body change in that. So that's, um 26 to 60 minus 2. 44 developed by 2. 60 minus 2. 40 on that zero point AIDS. So the the next one will be basically everything. But everything else is zero point AIDS because they have the same, you know, change. So 0.8, 3.87 point 87.8, 0.8 and 0.8 So that's that's now. The last one is NPS, which is the changing savings developed body changing income. So the first I'm gonna have a have a dash because it has change on the changing. This is basically zero minus minus four. You gotta buy to 60 minutes to 40 which is 0.2. And if you do the same formula, you get 0.2 for the entire tebu. 3.2, 3.2, 0.2. So that's how you find that, And then that's it. So the next question now find a break, even level of income and explain how it is possible for households to this save at very low income income levels. So we're gonna find out now. So the break even level off income is that level of income. Is that level of income West Savings is he quotes Zo? That is the break even level of income. So where sevens is equal to zero is where you have break of them. I had this clear from the table. We just did 70 if you go back there. So if you go back to s saving zero way, in Comey's words to 60 so therefore we can say that break even level of income is at 2 60. So break even level off income is what at 60 and when income is 2 40 if you go back to the table, any comments to 40 savings is negative, right? So economics can refer to the situation as the deceiving because saving is when you have no saving. Saving is basically less than zero on. That's what income is. 2 40. So when income is equal to 2 40. Savings is negative, which is equal to these savings. So that's that now. The next question. If the proportion of total income consumed a PC decreases any proportion, save AP s increases as income rises now explain both verbally and graphically. How do NPC on MPs campus constant at various level of income, So as income rises, the A P C foes on a PS rises an MP NPC on MPs remain constant, so we can tell that from the question MPC on MPs remains Constance. So as the savings, you know, rise and the MPs on MP on the MPs remain Constand's because the MPs Scott little as the change in savings right due to the changing income which is the same child, the level of income. So because of the savings is rising. The MPs, the MPs remain constant because the changes savings. So on the graph, the MPs would basically be on a straight line. It would take a straight line on the graph 90 comes up short rises at the same time as the same rate as income rises, so this would be a reason for the constant MPC so straight Linkov on the MPC prices as a result of MPs because if savings rights conduction reads is right at the same time. So this is the reason why l'm MPC is rising on the MPC on the coffee will still be a straight line to so that's the answer.