PS7_ProblemSet - Price Analysis AEM 4150 Fall 2008 Homework...

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Price Analysis AEM 4150 Fall 2008 Homework Assignment #7 Due Date: Tuesday November 4, 2008 1. Elasticities and Joint Products: The fresh oranges and orange juice that are produced by Florida’s orchards can be considered to be joint products - the best, grade A, oranges being marketed fresh while blemished, lower- grade, oranges are processed and marketed as orange juice. Demand for fresh oranges is relatively inelastic compared to the demand for orange juice. Suppose that the own-price elasticity of demand for fresh oranges from Florida's orchards has been estimated to be -0.68 and the own-price elasticity of demand for the orange juice they make from their oranges has been estimated to be -1.54. Given the following additional information: ± Florida's orchards market some 90,000 bushels of oranges each year, 75,000 bushels of them being sold as fresh oranges, and that ± the average price at the farm gate for fresh oranges is $12.00/bu and the bushel-equivalent price of orange juice is $9.00/bu,
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