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### demandsupplyexamples

Course: PLS 544, Fall 2009
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Department UNC-Wilmington of Economics and Finance PLS 544 Dr. Chris Dumas Environmental Applications of Demand and Supply -- Example Problems 1) Suppose that a consumer's demand for regular notebook paper, let's call it product Q, is given by PQ = 50 - 2Q, where PQ is the price per unit of Q and Q is the quantity of product Q purchased by the consumer. If PQ is equal to \$10 per unit, calculate the quantity of Q...

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