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Principles of Economics 2e

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Steven A. Greenlaw; David Shapiro
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Steven A. Greenlaw; David Shapiro
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Suppose that the market price increases to Chapter 8, Problem 4SCQ, Suppose that the market price increases to as Table 8.14 shows. What would happen to the , example  1 as Table 8.14 shows. What would happen to the profit-maximizing output level?

Chapter 8, Problem 4SCQ, Suppose that the market price increases to as Table 8.14 shows. What would happen to the , example  2

To determine

The effect on the profit maximizing level of output if the price rises to $6.

Explanation

If price is $6 for a perfectly competitive firm, as per table, the profit maximizing quantity will have a marginal cost of $6 also. By looking into the table, we can see that, 90 units of output have a marginal cost of $6.

Now, calculating profit at this output level:

Profit = Total Revenue - Tot

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