Posted by **Jim** on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 9:02pm.

Your demand curve for baseball tickets is as follows:

price per ticket Qd

$1 4

$2 3

$10 2

$20 1

YOu buy 2 tickets at $10 each. THe value yo you of the two tickets is what?

It say the answer is $30. I do not understand why you have to add 10 and 20. I thought it would just be greater than of equal to $20. Could someone please help me? Thanks

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