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Course: AEM 4150, Fall 2008
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4150 AEM PRICE ANALYSIS Fall 2008 Problem Set #9 Suggested Solutions 1. Least cost method transfer cost (per unit of product) air truck rail 0 (a) the least cost method: blue lines. Distance (b) No. Because at any distance, air is more expensive than truck or rail. 2. Market boundary. (a) Net price A = 6 - .5Y Net price B = 4 - .6(6 - Y) Equate and solve for Y: 6 - .5Y = 4 - .6(6-Y) 1.1Y = 5.6 Y* = 5.09 Net...

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