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There are two firms who collude and behave like one firm but with two plants. MC1=10, MC2=30. Market demand Q=200-P. Two plants maximize profits. What is total profit nad production, price in each plant?
There is also presumption that plant1 can produce max 90 nad plant2 max 30.
I really need help with this exercise.

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