Chapter_16 - In-Class Exercise(Chapter 16)Problems and...

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Unformatted text preview: In-Class Exercise(Chapter 16)Problems and Applications3. For each of the following characteristics, say whether it describes a perfectly competitive firm, a monopolistically competitive firm, both, or neither.a. Sells a product differentiated from that of its competitors.b. Has marginal revenue less than pricec. Earns economic profit in the long runProblems and Applicationsd. Produces at minimum of average total cost in the long run.e. Equates marginal revenue and marginal cost.f. Charges a price above marginal cost.Problems and Applications4. For each of the following characteristics, say whether it describes a monopoly firm, a monopolistically competitive firm, both, or neither.a. Faces a downward-sloping demand curveb. Has marginal revenue less than pricec. Faces the entry of new firms selling similar productsProblems and Applicationsd. Earns economic profit in the long run.e. Equates marginal revenue and marginal cost....
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Chapter_16 - In-Class Exercise(Chapter 16)Problems and...

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