At a price of p dollars per ticket to a rock concert that can be sold is given by a demand model, N=-25p+7800. At a price of p dollars per ticket, the number of tickets that the concert’s promoters are willing to make available is given by the supply model, N=5p+6000.

a. How many tickets can be sold and supplied at $50 per ticket?

b. Using the graphing function on the TI-83/84 show at what price the supply and demand are equal. At this price, how many tickets will be supplied and sold?

a. How many tickets can be sold and supplied at $50 per ticket?

b. Using the graphing function on the TI-83/84 show at what price the supply and demand are equal. At this price, how many tickets will be supplied and sold?

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