5. A product's Market Demand Curve is: Qd = 25 - P, and its Market Supply Curve is: Qs = 10 + 2P. Plot the demand and supply curves on the same graph, then use the graph to respond to the following : When P = $20, what is the difference in output, if any, between Qd and Qs?

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6. Consider the demand and supply curves in Q.5.

Assume market demand increases and that the new demand curve is now Qd = 50 – P. Further assume the government provides to each firm, a subsidy of $40 per unit of output produced. Thus the supply curve now becomes Qs = 10 + 2(P+40).

Develop a graph for the new demand and supply curves. Then use the graph to find the new equilibrium price and quantity.

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6. Consider the demand and supply curves in Q.5.

Assume market demand increases and that the new demand curve is now Qd = 50 – P. Further assume the government provides to each firm, a subsidy of $40 per unit of output produced. Thus the supply curve now becomes Qs = 10 + 2(P+40).

Develop a graph for the new demand and supply curves. Then use the graph to find the new equilibrium price and quantity.

**Please report your answers in the Answer Box. Thanks

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