The dancing machine industry is a duopoly.

The dancing machine industry is a duopoly. The two firms, Chuckie B Corp. and Gene Gene Dancing Machines, compete through Cournot quantity-setting competition. The demand curve for the industry is P = 100 – Q, where Q is the total quantity produced by Chuckie B and Gene Gene. Currently, each firm has marginal cost of $40 and no fixed cost. Show that the equilibrium price is $60, with each firm producing 20 machines and earning profits of $400.

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