(Solved):Consider a market used for cars in which buyers would pay up to $18,000 for an orange (good used car) and $8,000 for a lemon. The owners of oranges will accept no less than $12,500 while owners of… View Answer…

 

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Consider a market used for cars in which buyers would pay up to $18,000 for an orange (good used car) and $8,000 for a lemon. The owners of oranges will accept no less than $12,500 while owners of lemons will accept no less than $3,000. Assume that buyers always end up paying their full willingness to pay and that the fraction of oranges in the population is known to be

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