03.10 Monopolistic Competion

03.10 Monopolistic Competion - Lesson 03.10 Monopolistic...

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Lesson 03.10 Monopolistic Competition Setting: An archaeologist is walking up the stairs of an ancient ritual site and enters a  dark room.  Inside the room is a sleek black phone that is lying on top of a table made  out of skulls in the middle of the room. Dramatic music plays. Archaeologist: What is this marvelous instrument? (Grabs the phone) How could such a  beautiful phone like this like this exist? Room starts to shake. Archaeologist: Oh no! I might die here! If only I could tell all my family and friends that I  love them! The phone texts all of the archaeologist family members and friends. Archaeologist: Amazing! But I wish I could get out of here as fast as possible! The phone shows the Archaeologist a fast route to use to escape. Archaeologist: Thank you! Thank you! Is there any way I can repay you, my dear friend?
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Phone (In monotonous robot voice): Thank the gods and join Verizon Wireless. Commercial ends.
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course ECON 32342 taught by Professor Macst during the Spring '11 term at Delaware Tech.

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03.10 Monopolistic Competion - Lesson 03.10 Monopolistic...

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