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The supply and demand for a business that sells notebooks are given by these equations, where x represents the number of books sold and y represents the cost of each book in dollars. Supply: y = 1.45 + 0.04x2 Demand: y = (2.4 − 0.05x)2 Which statement is true? (Note: Market equilibrium is the point where the supply and demand become equal for x > 0.)

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    each the supply and demand are ^2 not just 2 at the end of each @ganeshie8

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