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4.An oligopolya.has a concentration ratio of less than 50 percent.b.is a price taker.c.is a type of imperfectly competitive market.d.has many firms rather than just one firm or a few firms.
5.One way in which monopolistic competition differs from oligopoly is that
6.Which of the following is an example of a monopolistically competitive industry?
7.A market structure in which there are many firms selling products that are similar but not identical is known as
8.Select the type of market that is described by the following attributes: many firms, differentiated products, andfree entry.
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9.Monopolistic competition differs from perfect competition because in monopolistically competitive markets
10.When a market is monopolistically competitive, the typical firm in the market can earn

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