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Suppose that the demand for a drug is perfectly inelastic and the market is initially in equilibrium. Suppose further that there is an increase in the price of an input required to produce of the drug. Everything else held constant, graphically (and in words) illustrate the impact of this action in the market for this drug. What will happen to equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity? How would your answer be different if demand was not perfectly inelastic? (7 points) 4.
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