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48.A firm can take advantage of economies of scale through:A)Investment decisions to increase capacity.B)Production decisions to increase capacity.C)Investment decisions to reduce capacity.D)Production decisions to increase output.Ans: A
AACSB: Reflective BT: Comprehension LO: 9-1 Page: 189 49.Reductions in minimum average costs that come about through increases in the size of plant and equipment are called:
AACSB: Reflective BT: Comprehension LO: 9-1 Page: 189 50.A firm would most likely maintain a multitude of small plants if it faced:
AACSB: Reflective BT: Comprehension LO: 9-1 Page: 189 Schiller: The Microeconomy Today, 11/e Page 137
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Chapter 9: Monopoly51.Any firm that has economies of scale will:
AACSB: Reflective BT: Comprehension LO: 9-1 Page: 189 52.In monopoly and perfect competition, a firm should expand production when:A)Marginal revenue is below marginal cost.B)Marginal revenue is above marginal cost.C)Price is below marginal cost.D)Price is below marginal revenue.Ans: B
AACSB: Reflective BT: Comprehension LO: 9-1 Page: 189 54.The price charged by a profit-maximizing monopolist occurs:
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AACSB: Reflective BT: Comprehension LO: 9-1 Page: 191 56.A monopolist maximizes profit by producing the quantity where marginal cost equals:
AACSB: Reflective BT: Comprehension LO: 9-1 Page: 191 Schiller: The Microeconomy Today, 11/e Page 138
Chapter 9: Monopoly57.Which of the following is an argument in favor of a competitive market structure rather than monopoly?
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