Hint: After placing the rectangle on the graph, you can select an endpoint to see the coordinates of that point. 50 Profit or Loss 40 35 30 ATC 25 15 AVC 10 MC МС 5 0 6 0 2 4 8 10 12 14 16 18 QUANTITY (Thousands of shirts per day) shirts per day. In the short run, at a market price of $15 per shirt, this firm will choose to produce 2,000 On the preceding graph, use the blue rectangle (circle symbols) to shade the area representing the firm's profit or loss if the market price is $15 and the firm chooses to produce the quantity you already selected. Note: In the following question, enter a positive number, even if it represents a loss. thousand per day in the short run The area of this rectangle indicates that the firm's would be 20 415 PRICE (Dollars per shirt)

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Hint: After placing the rectangle on the graph, you can select an endpoint to see the coordinates of that point.
50
Profit or Loss
40
35
30
ATC
25
15
AVC
10
MC
МС
5
0
6
0
2
4
8
10
12
14
16
18
QUANTITY (Thousands of shirts per day)
shirts per day.
In the short run, at a market price of $15 per shirt, this firm will choose to produce 2,000
On the preceding graph, use the blue rectangle (circle symbols) to shade the area representing the firm's profit or loss if the market price is $15 and
the firm chooses to produce the quantity you already selected.
Note: In the following question, enter a positive number, even if it represents a loss.
thousand per day in the short run
The area of this rectangle indicates that the firm's
would be
20
415
PRICE (Dollars per shirt)

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Hint: After placing the rectangle on the graph, you can select an endpoint to see the coordinates of that point. 50 Profit or Loss 40 35 30 ATC 25 15 AVC 10 MC МС 5 0 6 0 2 4 8 10 12 14 16 18 QUANTITY (Thousands of shirts per day) shirts per day. In the short run, at a market price of $15 per shirt, this firm will choose to produce 2,000 On the preceding graph, use the blue rectangle (circle symbols) to shade the area representing the firm's profit or loss if the market price is $15 and the firm chooses to produce the quantity you already selected. Note: In the following question, enter a positive number, even if it represents a loss. thousand per day in the short run The area of this rectangle indicates that the firm's would be 20 415 PRICE (Dollars per shirt)

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