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Use supply/demand graphs to analyze shifts in supply and demand and the resulting changes in market equilibrium in the situation below.

Suppose

QD= 60 - 50PC

QS= -66 + 90PC

a. Graph the supply and demand curves.

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Use supply/demand graphs to analyze shifts in supply and demand and the resulting changes in market equilibrium in the situation below.

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Use supply/demand graphs to analyze shifts in supply and demand and the resulting changes in market equilibrium in the situation below.

Suppose
QD= 60 - 50PC
QS= -66 + ...

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• B. Sc., University of Nigeria
• M. Sc., London South Bank University
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