A number of competing bakeries in a trendy downtown neighborhood produce fresh cookies. The demand for cookies in that neighborhood is P = 16 – 0.25Q, where Q is the dozens of cookies baked each day. The industry marginal cost for these competing bakeries is MC = 2 + 0.25Q. a. Solve for the equilibrium price and quantity of cookies in the neighborhood.b. Who doesn’t love the smell of fresh-baked cookies? Downtown residents and passersby receive $2 worth of benefit from every dozen of cookies baked. Show that bakers are producing fewer cookies than is socially desirable. Then show that cookies are underpriced.