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2 / 2 ptsQuestion 47The demand curve facing a monopolist is always
2 / 2 ptsQuestion 48
3/23/2018Quiz 10: Principles of Microeconomics (ECN-130-2)(WEB)(2018SP)Exhibit 23-8QuantityTotal RevenueTotal Cost2$300$1703$360$1904$400$2205$450$2706$480$340Refer to Exhibit 23-8. The maximum profits earned by this single-price monopolist will be
(ECN-130-2)(WEB)(2018SP).html29/30Not yet graded / 2 ptsQuestion 49Describe the similarities between why sellers want to price discriminate and why districtattorneys want to plea-bargain. In addition, discuss the conditions that must be satisfiedbefore district attorneys (DAs) can plea-bargain successfully and how they relate to the threeconditions necessary for successful price discrimination.Your Answer:
3/23/2018Quiz 10: Principles of Microeconomics (ECN-130-2)(WEB)(2018SP)The goal of sellers is to maximize profits. Price discrimination allows sellersto raise prices without raising costs. District Attorneys want to maximize thenumber of prosecuted crimes without raising costs. Plea-bargains allow themto increase the prosecutions without increasing costs.
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2 / 2 ptsQuestion 50A monopolist that practices perfect price discrimination has the same deadweight losstriangle as the single-price monopolist.TrueFalse
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