4:21 lLTE Work 13. In the Nash equilibrium of a prisoner's dilemma: 14. Suppose Acme and Mega produce and sell identical products and face zero marginal and average cost. Below is the market demand curve for their product 4 3 2 D 0 0 50 200 100 150 Quantity Suppose Acme and Mega decide to collude and work together as a monopolist with each firm producing half the quantity demanded by the market at the monopoly price. If Mega cheats on the agreement by red ucing its price to $1 and Acme matches the price cut, then if consumers are evenly split between the two firms, Acme's economic profit will be Price ($/unit)

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lLTE
Work
13. In the Nash equilibrium of a prisoner's
dilemma:
14. Suppose Acme and Mega produce and
sell identical products and face zero
marginal and average cost. Below is the
market demand curve for their product
4
3
2
D
0
0
50
200
100
150
Quantity
Suppose Acme and Mega decide to collude
and work together as a monopolist with each
firm producing half the quantity demanded by
the market at the monopoly price. If Mega
cheats on the agreement by red ucing its price
to $1 and Acme matches the price cut, then if
consumers are evenly split between the two
firms, Acme's economic profit will be
Price ($/unit)
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4:21 lLTE Work 13. In the Nash equilibrium of a prisoner's dilemma: 14. Suppose Acme and Mega produce and sell identical products and face zero marginal and average cost. Below is the market demand curve for their product 4 3 2 D 0 0 50 200 100 150 Quantity Suppose Acme and Mega decide to collude and work together as a monopolist with each firm producing half the quantity demanded by the market at the monopoly price. If Mega cheats on the agreement by red ucing its price to $1 and Acme matches the price cut, then if consumers are evenly split between the two firms, Acme's economic profit will be Price ($/unit)

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