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1. The demand for your handmade skateboards in weekly sales is q = 3p + 700 if the selling price is $p. You are prepared to supply q = 2p – 500 per week at price $p. At what price should you sell your skateboards so that there is neither shortage nor a surplus?
3p +700 = 2p 500
+3p +3p
700 = 5p 500
+500 +500
1200 = 5p
/5 /5
$240 = p
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