Economics\Theory of the firm\Consumer and producer surplus

No | Description | Difficulty | Syllabus | Level | |
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1 | Given the demand equation P=C-A*Q, determine CS at Q; NI | Easy | Undergraduate | Level1 | Related material |

2 | Given the demand equation P=C-A*Q^(1/2), determine CS at Q; NI | Hard | Undergraduate | Level1 | Related material |

3 | Given the demand equation P=C-A*Q^2, determine CS at Q; NI | Intermediate | Undergraduate | Level1 | Related material |

4 | Given the demand equation P=C-A*Q^3, determine CS at Q; NI | Intermediate | Undergraduate | Level1 | Related material |

5 | Given the supply equation P=C+A*Q, determine PS at Q; NI | Easy | Undergraduate | Level1 | Related material |

6 | Given the supply equation P=C+A*Q^(1/2), determine PS at Q; NI | Intermediate | Undergraduate | Level1 | Related material |

7 | Given the supply equation P=C+A*Q^2, determine PS at Q; NI | Intermediate | Undergraduate | Level1 | Related material |

8 | Given the supply equation P=C+A*Q^3, determine PS at Q; NI | Intermediate | Undergraduate | Level1 | Related material |