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37) Which of the following describes a difference between the marginal revenue and demand curves of a perfectly competitive firm and a monopolistically competitive firm? A) The perfectly competitive firm's marginal revenue and demand curves are the same; the marginal revenue curve of a monopolistically competitive firm lies above its demand curve. B) The perfectly competitive firm's marginal revenue and demand curves are the same; the marginal revenue curve of a monopolistically competitive firm lies below its demand curve. C) The monopolistically competitive firm's marginal revenue and demand curves are the same; the marginal revenue curve of a perfectly competitive firm lies below its demand curve. D) The marginal revenue curve of a monopolistically competitive firm lies below its demand curve; the marginal revenue curve of a perfectly competitive firm lies above its demand curve. Answer: B
Diff: 2 A-Head 9.1: Demand and Marginal Revenue for a Firm in a Monopolistically Competitive Market AACSB: Analytic thinking 38) When a firm faces a downward-sloping demand curve, marginal revenue B
Diff: 1 A-Head 9.1: Demand and Marginal Revenue for a Firm in a Monopolistically Competitive Market AACSB: Analytic thinking
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