I would greatly appreciate a systematic approach on how I should attack this information. I’m not su… Show more I would greatly appreciate a systematic approach on how I should attack this information. I’m not sure what I’m solving for or what is simply given. we have charted a demand curve D1 whose equation is Q = 27 – 3P. The equation for the supply curve S1 is Q = -5 + 5P. The resulting equilibrium price is $4 and quantity is 15 units (point 1).8 If we chart another, considerably more elastic, demand curve, D2, of the form Q = 55 – 10P, with the same supply curve, the equilib- rium point will be the same, Q = 15, and P = 4. Now, let us say that supply increases, and the supply curve S2 is of the form S = 0 + 5P. With the new supply curve, the equilibrium points for the two demand curves will no longer be the same. With D1 the price will be $3.375 and quantity 16.875 units (point 2). However, with D2 the result will be P = 3.667 and Q = 18.333 (point 3). The more elastic demand curve, D2, has resulted in a smaller price decrease but a larger quantity increase than D1, the less elastic curve. • Show less