Aggregate demand for wheat, Microeconomics

Aggregate Demand For Wheat

The demand for U.S. wheat is comprised of domestic demand and export demand.

The domestic demand for wheat can be given by the equation:

-QDD = 1700 - 107P

The export demand for wheat can be given by equation:

-QDE = 1544 - 176P

Domestic demand is price inelastic (-0.2), while export demand is quite more price elastic (-0.4).

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