Question

The demand for a particular item is given by the demand function

1. D(x)=200−x^2

Find the consumer's surplus if the equilibrium point (Xe,Pe)=(5,175) Round to the nearest cent.

$____

2. The demand for a particular item is given by the function
D(x)=1,350−3x^2. Find the consumer's surplus if the equilibrium
price of a unit $150

The consumer's surplus is $___

3. The demand for a particular item is given by the function D(x)=120/x+6. Find the consumer's surplus if the equilibrium price of a unit $5

The consumer's surplus is $____

4.The supply for a particular item is given by the function S(x)=17+9x . Find the producer's surplus if the equilibrium price of a unit $134

The producer's surplus is $____

( no need to show work, just the answers thank you)

Answer #1

1. Find the equilibrium point for a product D(x)=36−0.004x^2 and
S(x)=0.005x^2 Round only final answers to 22 decimal places.
The equilibrium point (Xe,Pe) is (_,_)
2. Find the consumer's and producer's surplus if for a product
D(x)=25−0.008x^2 and S(x)=0.008x^2 Round only final answers to 22
decimal places.
The consumer's surplus is $_, and the producer's surplus is
$_

1. In this problem, p and C are in dollars and
x is the number of units.
A monopoly has a total cost function
C = 1000 + 216x + 0x2 for
its product, which has demand function p = 648 ?
3x ? 2x2.
Find the consumer's surplus at the point where the monopoly has
maximum profit. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)
2. In this problem, p is in dollars and x is
the number of units....

given the following supply and demand functions find the
consumer's surplus and producer's surplus.
s(x)= 0.09x2 d(x)=300-0.03x^2

1.Determine the producer's surplus for the given supply function
and demand level x. (Round your answer to two decimal places.)
s(x) = 0.07x2 + 20; x = 100
2. Determine the producer's surplus for the given supply
function s and demand level x.
s(x) = 1/3x + 55; x =
90

1. Determine the producer's surplus for the
given supply function and demand level x. (Round your answer to two
decimal places.) s(x) = 0.07x2 + 30; x = 100
2. The price-demand function p is
given. Write the demand function x = d(p).
p = 500/x^2 + 60
x= d(p) = _____.

Given the demand function ?(?) = 300 – 0.03?2 and the
supply function ?(?) = 0.09?2
find: a) Find the market price (the equilibrium point).
b) The consumers’ surplus at the market price.
c) The producers’ surplus at the market price.

Find the producers' surplus for a product if the supply function
is given by S(x)=0.19e0.1xS(x)=0.19e0.1x and xE=6xE=6 units. Round
your answer to the nearest cent.

Given the demand and supply for water dispensers:
Qd = 720 - 17 P
Qs = -70 + 20 P
1. The market equilibrium price is
2. The market equilibrium quantity is
3. What is the value of the demand curve's vertical intercept
?
4. What is the value of the supply curve's vertical
intercept?
5. What is the Consumer's Surplus?
6. What is the Producer's Surplus?
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In this problem, p is in dollars and x is the number of units.
Find the producer's surplus at market equilibrium for a product if
its demand function is p = 100 − x2 and its supply function is p =
x2 + 6x + 44. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

For a quantity x of a certain product the demand function d(x)
and the supply function s(x) are given by the formulas: d(x) = 720
− 0.06x^2, s(x) = 0.012x^2.
Sketch the graphs of these functions on the same graph and find
the market demand, the positive quantity x at which the two curves
meet (supply equals demand).
For this value of x also compute the producer surplus and the
consumer surplus and indicate on your graph which areas these...

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