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# Chapter 3 Notes

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This has information on Chapter 3. Includes: notes, definitions, and equations
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Intermediate Microeconomics
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Lauren Banko
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Date Created: 01/22/16
to find the price elasticity of supply: plug in market price or quantity into equation and then once you have the market price and quantity, do p/q(coefficient on p) if that number is positive it will lead to an increase in price, then use the price elasticity*the percentage increase in price to find how much the quantity will rise If the government poses a specific tax, it will raise revenue if the curve is more inelastic because consumers are less sensitive to price. the equilibrium price after a specific tax will be the same whether the tax is collected from consumers or producers., therefore the same tax revenue is raised to determine the after tax equilibrium price: take the market demand equation and the after tax supply curve, set em equal, solve for p to find income elasticity, follow the same pattern as regular elasticity, but then plug in p/q(income coefficient) so plug in income/quantity(coefficient of income) cross price elasticity is positive=substitutes cross price elasticity is negative=complementary

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