# Exercise 1 Suppose that we have the following demand and supply functions. QX = 100 – 0.4PX QX = 40 + 0.2PX a. What is the equilibrium market price…

Exercise 1Suppose that we have the following demand and supply functions. QX = 100 – 0.4PX QX = 40 + 0.2PX a. What is the equilibrium market price for product XWhat is the equilibrium quantity demanded and suppliedGovernment imposes a price floor of \$120. Analyze the impact of this floor on price, quantity demand and supplied. Would this price floor create a surplus or scarcity of this product in the market?Exercise 2Suppose you have the following hypothetical demand or sales function. Qx= -4Px+2Py+0.20I+0.04Aand PX = \$200, (price of good X)PY =\$230, (price of good Y)I = \$1,500 (disposable per capita income)A =\$12,000 (advertizing expenditures)a. Write out a reduced demand functionb. Solve for and write out the demand curve equationc. Give a narrative interpretation for the coefficient of Id. How could we classify good X and good Y? Explain why.e. Calculate expected sales.Find the total revenue functionFind the marginal revenue functionWhat output level maximizes total revenue. 