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Assume agricultural products are identical and there are many sellers and buyers of agriculture products:State the profit maximizing condition for each seller of agricultural products.Graphically, show the market equilibrium of the industry and a seller where economic profits equal zero. Please include marginal revenues, demand curve, price and quantity at the equilibrium.From part b above, if the number of buyers increases, show the new short run equilibrium for a seller and the industry as a whole.

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Assume agricultural products are identical and there are many sellers and buyers of agriculture products:

  1. State the profit maximizing condition for each seller of agricultural products.
  2. Graphically, show the market equilibrium of the industry and a seller where economic profits equal zero. Please include marginal revenues, demand curve, price and quantity at the equilibrium.
  3. From part b above, if the number of buyers increases, show the new short run equilibrium for a seller and the industry as a whole.
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