How do you find long run equilibrium price?

Demand Q* In the long run, the market price p and each individual firm's output q, must be such that: MC(q)=p=ATC(q). Suppose that a market has the following demand function: Qd(P) = 25 000 - 1 000 P. Firms' cost function is TC(q) = 40q - q2 + 0.

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