Equilibrium price is $100. Qd = Qs i.e. 400-P = 3P.
Equilibrium quantity is 300 units. Put the value of equilibrium price either in Qd or Qs.
A price ceiling is the legal maximum price for a good. The price ceiling is less (i.e. below the equilibrium level)
Market price will be $80.
Quantity supplied will be less (i.e.3P= 3*80 = 240 units.)
Quantity demanded will be more (i.e. 400-P= 400-80 = 320 units).
Price ceiling results in Shortage when it is less than the equilibrium price and in surplus if it is above the equilibrium.
A price floor is a minimum price at which a product is permitted to sell. The price floor is less (i.e. below the equilibrium level)
Market price will be $100.
Quantity supplied will be same (i.e.3P= 3*100 = 300 units.)
Quantity demanded will be more (i.e. 400-P= 400-100 = 300 units).
Price floor results in no change when its below the equilibrium price and in surplus if it is above the equilibrium.
With tax, market price will be $130 (i.e. Qd = Qs; 3P-120 = 400-P)
Quantity supplied will be less than eequilibrium level (i.e.3P-120 = 3*130-120 = 270 units.)
Quantity demanded will be less than eequilibrium leve (i.e. 400-P= 400-130 = 270 units).
The tax will results in new equilibrium.
A market is described by the following supply and demand curves: Qs = 3P Qd =...
10. Problems and Applications Q10 A market is described by the following supply and demand curves: QS = 4P QD = 400-P The equilibrium price is $_______ and the equilibrium quantity is _______ . Suppose the government imposes a price ceiling of $90. This price ceiling is _______ , and the market price will be $_______ . The quantity supplied will be _______ and the quantity demanded will be _______ . Therefore, a price ceiling of $90 will result in _______ . Suppose the government imposes a price...
10. Problems and Applications Q10 A market is described by the following supply-and-demand curves: QSQS = = 3P3P QDQD = = 400−P400−P The equilibrium price is and the equilibrium quantity is .Suppose the government imposes a price ceiling of $120. This price ceiling is , and the market price will be . The quantity supplied will be , and the quantity demanded will be . Therefore, a price ceiling of $120 will result in .Suppose the government imposes a price floor of...
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Suppose market demand and supply are given by Qd-300 - 4P and QS 50 3P. The equilibrium price is: Multiple Choice $35 $40 $50 $60.
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