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are no fixed costs of production. What price should the monopolist charge in order to maximize profit? A) None of these. B) $38. C) $42. D) $21. E) $2. Feedback: The monopolist should produce the quantity where Marginal Revenue equals Marginal Cost, and charge the highest price allowed by the demand curve at that quantity.
Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): D 3. A monopolist faces a demand curve given by: P = 40 –Q, where P is the price of the good and Q is the quantity demanded. The marginal cost of production is constant and is equal to $2. There are no fixed costs of production. What is the deadweight loss associated with this monopoly?
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Feedback: Deadweight loss is equal to (P M -P C) *(Q C -Q M )/2. Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0/1.0
4. A monopolist faces a demand curve given by: P = 210 – 5Q, where P is the price of the good and Q is the quantity demanded. The marginal cost of production is constant and is equal to $60. There are no fixed costs of production. How much profit will the monopolist make?

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