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In the computer market, $500 is the price at which quantity supplied equals quantity demanded. So $500 is the _____. surplus price equilibrium price interest rate
In the computer market, $500 is the price at which quantity supplied equals quantity demanded. So $500 is the equilibrium price.
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In the computer market, $500 is the price at which quantity supplied equals quantity demanded. So $500 is the equilibrium price.
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