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Classlb:
Math 1090
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Hmk. 7 Score
Instructor: Katrina Johnson
Name:
001 Spring 2013
Complete each problem. Clearly indicate your final answer. No credit will be given without
supporting work
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2 + 3q+ 32, find the market equilibrium quantity and price. (Write
your answer as a point.)
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Mr. Smith makes and sells bicycles. His cost function is given by
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