Assume the demand for product A can be expressed as Qa = 200 – 5Pa + 3Pb and the demand for Product B can be expressed as Qb = 300-2Pb +Pa. Currently, market prices and quantities for these goods are Pa = 5 and Pb = 2.
Suppose the price of product B increases to 3, what happens to the quantity demanded of both products?
This question belongs to micro economics and discusses about quantity demand for a product at a given prices.
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