- Can a MPC exceed 1?
- What is the difference between MPS and MPC?
- Is MPC can be zero?
- When MPC is greater than MPS The value of investment multiplier will be greater than 5?
- Can MPC be negative or greater than 1 Why or why not?
- Do you agree that MPS Cannot be negative but APS can be?
- Why MPC is always less than 1?
- What is the maximum value of MPS?
- What is the value of MPC when MPS is zero?
- Can MPS be less than1?
- Can MPS be negative?
- What does a low MPC mean?

## Can a MPC exceed 1?

Marginal Propensity to consume refers to the ratio between the percentage change in consumption for every one rupee of change in the income.

Therefore, it cannot be more than one as it is percentage change in consumption when there is some change in the level of income which cannot be more than the change in income..

## What is the difference between MPS and MPC?

The marginal propensity to save (MPS) is the portion of each extra dollar of a household’s income that’s saved. MPC is the portion of each extra dollar of a household’s income that is consumed or spent. Consumer behavior concerning saving or spending has a very significant impact on the economy as a whole.

## Is MPC can be zero?

MPC values will always range from 0 to 1. If a person’s entire increase in income is consumed, then the change in consumption (∆C) will be equal to change in income (∆Y) making MPC = 1. In case that the entire income is saved, change in consumption is zero meaning MPC = 0.

## When MPC is greater than MPS The value of investment multiplier will be greater than 5?

(i)When Marginal Propensity to Consume is greater than Marginal Propensity to Save, the value of investment multiplier will be greater than 5. (ii) The value of Marginal Propensity to Save can never be negative. So, K < 5 even if MPC > MPS.

## Can MPC be negative or greater than 1 Why or why not?

Marginal Propensity to consume refers to the ratio between the percentage change in consumption for every one rupee of change in the income. Therefore, it cannot be more than one as it is percentage change in consumption when there is some change in the level of income which cannot be more than the change in income.

## Do you agree that MPS Cannot be negative but APS can be?

When APC is greater than unity (as in case of lower level of income), the value of APS is negative. Answer: True. MPS can never be less than zero as change in savings can never be negative, i.e., change in consumption can never be more than the change in income.

## Why MPC is always less than 1?

Mind, MPC is always greater than zero (MPC > 0) and less than 1 (MPC < 1) because additional consumption (∆C) is less than additional income (∆Y). Higher MPC implies increase in consumption demand. According to Keynes, 'Demand creates its own supply.

## What is the maximum value of MPS?

Maximium value of MPS is 1 which can be achieved when all of the additional income is saved. JEE Main 2021 syllabus released by NTA.

## What is the value of MPC when MPS is zero?

What is the value of MPC when MPS is zero? The value of MPC is equal to unity (i.e., 1) when MPS is zero since whole of disposable income is spent on consumption.

## Can MPS be less than1?

The values of MPC and MPS varies between 0 and 1, whereas, APS can be even less than 1 and APC can be more than 1.

## Can MPS be negative?

MPS can never be negative because it tells the ratio of change in savings to change in income.

## What does a low MPC mean?

low-income levelsTypically, the higher the income, the lower the MPC because as income increases more of a person’s wants and needs become satisfied; as a result, they save more instead. At low-income levels, MPC tends to be much higher as most or all of the person’s income must be devoted to subsistence consumption.