Market or equilibrium price - demand and supply, Microeconomics

Suppose the total demand for wheat and the total supply of wheat per month in a market are as follows:

a. What will be the market or equilibrium price? What is the equilibrium quantity?

 Fill in the surplus-shortage column and use it to explain why your answers are correct.

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b. Graph the demand for wheat and the supply of wheat.  Be sure to label the axes of your graph correctly.  Label equilibrium price "P" and the equilibrium quantity "Q."

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