anonymous
  • anonymous
f the supply and demand equations for a product are p=3/100 q+4 and p= 1/100 q+6 respectively where q is the number of units produced and is the price per unit. find a. the equilibium quantity and b. the equilibrium price
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay: to find the equilibrium point, you need to find where the two lines intersect. That means that: \[p1 = p2\]\[3q/100 + 4 = q/100 + 6\]\[q/50 = 2\]\[p = 3*100/100 +4 = $7\]\[p = 100/100 +6 = $7\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
how did you get q/50=2
anonymous
  • anonymous
subtract q/100 from both sides, you get 2q/100 = 2, or q/50 =2

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks and both equalibrium is $7?
anonymous
  • anonymous
price is $7 (I just checked the quantity (q=100)) against both equations
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so the quantity is 100

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