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Government economists in a certain country have determined that the demand equation for soybeans is given by

p = f(q) = 125/q^4

where the unit price p is expressed in dollars per bushel and q, the quantity demanded per year, is measured in billions of bushels. The economists are forecasting a harvest of 6 billion bushels for the year. If actual production of bushels were instead 6.2 billion bushels. What is the approximate drop in predicted price in bushels?

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