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Unformatted text preview: 2011 - Steven Tschantz Supply chain pricing model Steven Tschantz 3/15/11 Exercises Complete the following exercises. You can save a copy of this notebook, delete the material above, insert and evaluate your commands computing answers below, save your results, and email your final version to email@example.com Remember to clear your variables. In:= Clear @ pr, pw, qr, qw, mcw, mcr D 1. Follow through the above calculation for a linear demand form. Suppose consumer demand is 10000 at $50 and 8000 at $55, and define a retail demand function. In:= qr @ pr_ D : = demandintercept + demandslope * pr; In:= pr1x = 50.; qr1x = 10 000.; pr1y = 55.; qr1y = 8000.; In:= calibrationconditions = 8 qr @ pr1x D qr1x, qr @ pr1y D qr1y < Out= 9 demandintercept + 50. demandslope 10 000., demandintercept + 55. demandslope 8000. = In:= calibrationsoln = Solve @ calibrationconditions, 8 demandintercept, demandslope <D Out= 99 demandintercept fi 30 000., demandslope fi -...
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