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Supply and Demand let the supply and demand functions for butter pecan cream be given by.

P= s(q)= (2)/(5)q and p = D(q) = 81- (3)/(4)q

where p is the price in dollars and q is the number of batches.

A) Find the equilibrium quantity and the quilibrium price.

is there a formula for this because i am not understanding?

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