Solow Model IISuppose that an economy begins in a steady-state equilibrium. Suppose that thiseconomy is described by the following production function:Yt = A[overbar] K[subscript t]^(1/3) L[subscript t]^(2/3)Also assume that all of the other assumptions from lecture and/or from Chapter 5hold. By what proportion does per capita real GDP change in the long run(steady-state) in response to each of the following changes?A. The savings rate doubles.B. The depreciation rate falls by 10 percent.C. Total factor productivity doubles. Intuitively explain why the result in theSolow model is different from the same doubling of total factorproductivity in the Production Model in Part B of Question 1.D. An earthquake destroys 75 percent of the capital stock.E. A more generous immigration policy causes the population to double.