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2. How much output will the monopolist produce? 
3. what price will the monopolist charge?

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$4
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18 t0 $12
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2. Refer to Figure above. How much output will the monopolist produce?
a. O
b. T
c. W
d. Z
3. Refer to Figure above. What price will the monopolist charge?
a. A
b. C
c. K
d. L
4. Refer to Figure 7. What area measures th
uAA
O
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to $4 -$4 chove 18 t0 $12 MC L K ATC J D T W Quantity \MR 2. Refer to Figure above. How much output will the monopolist produce? a. O b. T c. W d. Z 3. Refer to Figure above. What price will the monopolist charge? a. A b. C c. K d. L 4. Refer to Figure 7. What area measures th uAA O

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The monopoly is a market structure where there are no competitors and close substitutes available. A monopolist can change either price or output. That is, he or she can choose a small quantity of output with high price or large quantity of output with a smaller price. In this, a profit maximizing monopoly will sell a few quantities at higher price above ATC to increase its profit.

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The monopolist produces at the point where its marginal cost (MC) of production equals to the marginal revenue (MR) and charge a price on the inelastic (e<1) pa...

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МC P super normal profit ATC мс-MR MR Quantity Price

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