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    Could someone show me how this question should be answered? Thank you.
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    By any chance do you have a link to this paper somewhere on the internet or could you put the question on here? Soz about thie its just my source of old spec past papers has been from the aqa site which dates back to only jan 06.
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    (Original post by M1K3)
    By any chance do you have a link to this paper somewhere on the internet or could you put the question on here? Soz about thie its just my source of old spec past papers has been from the aqa site which dates back to only jan 06.
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    (Original post by Mr Inquisitive)
    This one.
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    The only answer I can think of would be D- £72,000 as that's the value of the excess supply at a price level of £18 and I can't really think of how the other numbers come. This is a hard question so am not completely certain about D , but I cant see it being anything else.

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    (Original post by M1K3)
    Cheers

    The only answer I can think of would be D- £72,000 as that's the value of the excess supply at a price level of £18 and I can't really think of how the other numbers come. This is a hard question so am not completely certain about D , but I cant see it being anything else.

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    That's correct. Did you just do the 10000 - 6000 = 4000 then 4000 x 18?
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    (Original post by Mr Inquisitive)
    That's correct. Did you just do the 10000 - 6000 = 4000 then 4000 x 18?
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