Organization of Industries: Cornot-Nash Equilibrium Problem, Business Economics

Suppose an oligopoly consists of three identical firms. Industry demand is P = 100 - 2Q
and MC = AC = 20. What is the Cournot–Nash equilibrium output in this industry for
each firm?
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