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First,label the following scenarios as to whether they would create a producer or consumer surplus. Then, after you have labeled each scenario, calculate the ensuing surplus.

Nicole has in her possession a hockey puck from the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and sells it on eBay. She will only sell the puck if the winning bid is greater than or equal to $500.

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