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The inverse demand curve would become
Q= 600-3P
P=200 – (1/3)Q
Q = (Q1+Q2)
P= 200- (1/3)(Q1+Q2)
The residual demand curve of both the firms is given as
For Firm 1,
P=[200-(1/3)Q2] – (1/3)Q1. The marginal revenue curve is derived as...

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