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Graciela is willing to sell 1 dozen roses for $50, while Giuseppe is willing to sell 1 dozen roses for $60. Carlos is willing to buy 1 dozen roses for $60, while Yuriko is willing to pay $50. If the market price is $52, how many roses are sold and what is the sum total of consumer and producer surplus after the transaction(s)? A. One dozen roses will be sold, and the total consumer and producer surplus will be $10. B. One dozen roses will be sold, and the total consumer and producer surplus will be $16. C. Two dozen roses will be sold, and the total consumer and producer surplus will be $16. D. No roses will be sold, and consequently the total consumer and producer surplus will be $0.
A.One dozen roses will be sold, and the total consumer and producer surplus will be $10.
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