Unformatted text preview: equilibrium, which is what we are looking for. You do not need to take the total derivative of the entire equation D = S as in the previous case. For part b), the book is your friend. Read the sections on taxes, looking especially closely at Equation (2.27). The heavy lifting was done in part a), now you just need to use those values to calculate the incidence of the tax on consumers and ﬁrms, respectively. Good luck!! 1...
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 Winter '08
 Burbidge,John
 Supply And Demand, Want, demand function, helpful hints

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