Question #63517

Demand is P=12-(Q/2) and supply is P=Q/4, what is the equilibrium price and quantity?

Expert's answer

To find the equilibrium use the demand and supply curves:

P=12-(Q/2)

P=Q/4

12-(Q/2)= Q/4

Q=16

When Q is equal to 16 units of corn, the price of each unit of corn is $4.

P=12-(Q/2)

P=Q/4

12-(Q/2)= Q/4

Q=16

When Q is equal to 16 units of corn, the price of each unit of corn is $4.

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