Ec130 PS1

B using algebra find the market demand curve be sure

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Unformatted text preview: t curves. B. Using algebra, find the market demand curve. Be sure to give the domain over which it applies. Graph it. C. If the market price is P = 15, what is market demand? D. If the market price is P = 5, what is market demand? 8. Suppose that an industry consists of 10 profit-maximizing competitive firms. Six of those firms have a marginal cost curve that looks like: where MCi is the marginal cost of firm i and Qi is the quantity produced by firm i. The other four firms have a marginal cost curve that looks like: A. Find the industry supply curve and inverse supply curve. B. Suppose the market price of this good is $24. How much of the good will each firm supply? 2...
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