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Determine the amount of consumer surplus generated in each of the following situations

Krugman's Economics for AP* | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9781429218276 | Authors: Margaret Ray, David A. Anderson ISBN: 9781429218276 428

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Determine the amount of consumer surplus generated in each of the following situations. a. Leon goes to the clothing store to buy a new T-shirt, for which he is willing to pay up to $10. He picks out one he 526 section 9 Behind the Demand Curve: Consumer Choice likes with a price tag of exactly $10. When he is paying for it, he learns that the T-shirt has been discounted by 50%. b.Alberto goes to the CD store hoping to find a used copy of Nirvanas Greatest Hits for up to $10. The store has one copy selling for $10, which he purchases. c. After soccer practice, Stacey is willing to pay $2 for a bottle of mineral water. The 7-Eleven sells mineral water for $2.25 per bottle, so she declines to purchase it.

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Textbook: Krugman's Economics for AP*
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