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1. The optimal level of production for any company is the level of production that either maximizes profits or minimizes losses. How does one determine the optimal level of
production for any business? Explain
2. Explain why a company would shut down in the short run.
3. Explain how a company could choose to get bigger, yet lower their average costs?
4. What are the major characteristics of a firm competing under conditions of perfect competition?
5. What are the major characteristics of a firm competing under conditions of monopoly?
6. How does a demand curve differ in perfect competition from a demand curve in a monopoly?
7. Name an example of a local monopoly?
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