micro economics

producer surplur is equal consumer surplus at equilibrium popint.explain

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  1. Your statement is hard to explain because you have so many typographic errors in it.

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  2. ya now i hav posted again .can u answer me now?its very essential tomorrowis my exam.

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  3. Huh?
    Producer surplus is represented by the area above supply and below price. Consumer surplus in represented by the area below demand and above price. Under what conditions can this be true?

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