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# 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 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?

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