Posted by **tommy** on Thursday, May 9, 2013 at 3:34am.

if Q = 60 − (1/2)P, and MC = 60, which means that MR = 60 how do you work out the price, which then allows you to work out the Q.

does the graph still exhibit a slope at twice the rate of the demand curve?

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