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Find the consumers' surplus at a price level of $4 for the price-demand equation

p=D(x)=40−0.6x

where p is the price and x is the demand. Do not include a dollar sign or any commas in your answer.

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Step 1

Given:

The price level p = $4.

The price-demand equation is p = D(x) = 40 − 0.6x.

Step 2

Calculation:

Substitute p = 4 in the price-demand equation to find the demand x as follows.

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Step 3

Calculate the consumer su...

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