# Answer to Question #7752 in Economics of Enterprise for Gilbert

Question #7752

A small firm traps rabbits for their fur and feet. Each rabbit yields one pelt and two feet (only the hind feet are suitable for the "lucky rabbit's feet"). The demand for pelts is:

PP = 2.00 - 0.001QP

and the demand for rabbit's feet is given by:

PF = 1.60 - 0.001QF

The marginal cost of trapping and processing each rabbit is $0.60.

a. What are the profit-maximizing prices and quantities of pelts and rabbit's feet

b. the quantities of pelts and rabbits feet

PP = 2.00 - 0.001QP

and the demand for rabbit's feet is given by:

PF = 1.60 - 0.001QF

The marginal cost of trapping and processing each rabbit is $0.60.

a. What are the profit-maximizing prices and quantities of pelts and rabbit's feet

b. the quantities of pelts and rabbits feet

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Assignment Expert26.01.16, 17:44Dear Sir, thank you for your comment.

Hameed20.01.16, 09:20Assignment Expert please take note. Mathematics in this answers is all wrong. Correct it. Thanks.

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