Rachel A.

asked • 03/09/17

An economist models the market for corn by the following equations (p is price per bushel (in dollars), y is the

y is the number of bushels produced and sold (in billions):
Supply: y = 4.18 - 11.5
Demand: y= -1.06 p + 19.3
a) Based on the models, how much corn would be produced at a price of $3/bushel?
c) Based on the models, what price would be so low that no one would produce any corn?

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