There are two firms x and y located on a line of distance demand(0-1) at a and b
respectively, the customers are uniformly located on the line, on keeping the fact of splitting of
market, the demand of firm x will be given by:
a. (a b)/2
b. a (1-b-a)/2
c. (1 b-a)/2
d. a (a-b)/2

Q: There are two firms x and y located on a line of distance demand(0-1) at a and b
respectively, the customers are uniformly located on the line, on keeping the fact of splitting of
market, the

demand of firm x will be given by:
a. (a b)/2
b. a (1-b-a)/2
c. (1 b-a)/2
d. a (a-b)/2

There are two firms x and y located on a line of distance demand(0-1) at a and b respectively, the customers are uniformly located on the line, on keeping the fact of splitting of market, the demand of firm x will be given by: a. (a b)/2 b. a (1-b-a)/2 c. (1 b-a)/2 d. a (a-b)/2

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User: There are two firms x and y located on a line of distance demand(0-1) at a and b
respectively, the customers are uniformly located on the line, on keeping the fact of splitting of
market, the demand of firm x will be given by:
a. (a b)/2
b. a (1-b-a)/2
c. (1 b-a)/2
d. a (a-b)/2

Weegy: The answer is: b. a+(1-b-a)/2 ritaswanski|Points 100|

User: . If the Throughput be ‘d’ and the flow time be ‘t’ then the Inventory ‘I’ is given by:
a. I *d=t
b. I=t+d
c. d=I*t
d. I =d*t

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