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Hello I need help with introducing a per unit tax into this diagram? Also How do I do this,label the quantity, the new buyer (consumer) price and the new seller (producer) price?

Conider a per
unit taxin a mariket
Prict
JUPely
Oemand
OUant Hy
Intridvie a per unH tax ntO tr
diagram. Labl t ntwqUartty, the
ntw Vuutr l(onsumtrj prict and re
new stiler (priductr prIce
EaUiivium

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Conider a per unit taxin a mariket Prict JUPely Oemand OUant Hy Intridvie a per unH tax ntO tr diagram. Labl t ntwqUartty, the ntw Vuutr l(onsumtrj prict and re new stiler (priductr prIce EaUiivium

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