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Figure 14.1 represents the market for used bikes. Suppose buyers are willing to pay $200 for a plum (high-quality) used bike and $50 for a lemon (low-quality) used bike. If buyers believe that 50% of the used bikes are lemons (low quality), how much will they be willing to pay for a used bike?

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▸ $125

▸ $200
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Figure 14.1 represents the market for used bikes. Suppose buyers are willing to pay $200 for a plum (high-quality) used bike and $50 for a lemon (low-quality) used bike. If buyers believe that 50% of used bikes are lemons (low quality), how many plums (high quality) will be supplied by sellers?

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Figure 14.1 represents the market for used bikes. Suppose buyers are willing to pay $200 for a plum (high-quality) used bike and $50 for a lemon (low-quality) used bike. If buyers believe that 50% of used bikes in the market are lemons (low quality), what fraction of used bikes sold will actually be lemons (low quality)?

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Figure 14.1 represents the market for used bikes. Suppose buyers are willing to pay $200 for a plum (high-quality) used bike and $50 for a lemon (low-quality) used bike. If buyers believe that 50% of used bikes in the market are lemons (low quality), what fraction of used bikes sold will actually be plums (high quality)?

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Figure 14.1 represents the market for used bikes. Suppose buyers are willing to pay $200 for a plum (high-quality) used bike and $50 for a lemon (low-quality) used bike. Initially buyers believe that 50% of used bikes in the market are lemons (low quality). Compared to the outcome with neutral expectations, how many fewer bikes are sold in equilibrium?

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