# Justin's inverse demand for a good is given by π=24.00β1.50π.?

justin's inverse demand for a good is given by π=24.00β1.50π. Assuming that there are enough suppliers to meet his demand, what is his gross consumer surplus if the per-unit price is π=2.50?
(Round to the nearest two decimals if necessary.)
What is Justin's consumer's surplus? (Round to the...
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justin's inverse demand for a good is given by π=24.00β1.50π. Assuming that there are enough suppliers to meet his demand, what is his gross consumer surplus if the per-unit price is π=2.50?

(Round to the nearest two decimals if necessary.)

What is Justin's consumer's surplus? (Round to the nearest two decimals if necessary.)

(Round to the nearest two decimals if necessary.)

What is Justin's consumer's surplus? (Round to the nearest two decimals if necessary.)

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