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questions. In answering the questions, you should emphasize the line of reasoning that generated your results; it is
not enough to list the results of your analysis. Include correctly labeled diagrams, if useful or required, in explaining
your answers. A correctly labeled diagram must have all axes and curves clearly labeled and must show directional
changes. Use a pen with black or dark blue ink.
1. A monopolist’s demand, marginal revenue, and cost curves are shown in the diagram below. (a) Assume that the monopolist wants to maximize profit. Using the labeling on the graph, indicate the
(b) When the output is 8 units, what is the profit per unit?
(c) Assume that the monopolist is maximizing profit. Is allocative efficiency achieved? Explain.
(d) Between the prices of $16 and $18, is the monopolist in the elastic, inelastic, or unit elastic port...
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