# economics

Assuming the inverse demand function for good Z can be written as P = 90 - 3Q, when Q is equal to 5, average revenue and marginal revenue are equal to ________ and ________.

a. \$75; \$75.

b. \$75; \$60.

c. \$60; \$60.

d. \$85; \$85.

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