# At a unit price of \$340, the quantity demanded of a certain commodity is 80 pounds. If the unit price increases to \$560, the quantity demanded decreases by 22 pounds. Find the demand equation (assuming it is linear) where p is the unit price and x is the quantity demanded for this commodity in pounds.p=At what price are no consumers willing to buy this commodity? According to the above model, how many pounds of this commodity would consumers take if it was free?

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At a unit price of \$340, the quantity demanded of a certain commodity is 80 pounds. If the unit price increases to \$560, the quantity demanded decreases by 22 pounds. Find the demand equation (assuming it is linear) where p is the unit price and x is the quantity demanded for this commodity in pounds.

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At what price are no consumers willing to buy this commodity?

According to the above model, how many pounds of this commodity would consumers take if it was free?

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