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10. "Market power" refers to a firm's ability
to:
11. If a firm collects $80 in revenue when it
sells 4 units, $100 in revenue when it sells
5 units, and $120 in revenue when it sells
6 units, then one can infer the firm is a(n):
12. Suppose the figure below shows the
demand curve, marginal revenue curve
and marginal cost curve for a monopolist
A
МС
к
Е
MR
D
0
Н
F
G
Quantity (units/day)
When this monopolist maximizes its profit,
consumer surplus equals the area:
Price ($/unit)
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Transcribed Image Text:4:21 lLTE Work IU-12 10. "Market power" refers to a firm's ability to: 11. If a firm collects $80 in revenue when it sells 4 units, $100 in revenue when it sells 5 units, and $120 in revenue when it sells 6 units, then one can infer the firm is a(n): 12. Suppose the figure below shows the demand curve, marginal revenue curve and marginal cost curve for a monopolist A МС к Е MR D 0 Н F G Quantity (units/day) When this monopolist maximizes its profit, consumer surplus equals the area: Price ($/unit)
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