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Monopoly firms have a downward sloping demand curves

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10.Monopoly firms havea.downward-sloping demand curves and they can sell as much output as they desire at the marketprice.b.downward-sloping demand curves and they can sell only a limited quantity of output at each price.c.horizontal demand curves and they can sell as much output as they desire at the market price.d.horizontal demand curves and they can sell only a limited quantity of output at each price.
932Chapter 14/Firms in Competitive MarketsMONOPOLISTICSHORT ANSWER1.List five goods that are likely sold in a monopolistically competitive market.2.Why does a typical monopolistically competitive firm face a downward-sloping demand curve?MULTIPLE CHOICE1.Which of the following is a characteristic of monopolistic competition?
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2.Which of the following statements isnotcorrect?
3.The general term for market structures that fall somewhere in-between monopoly and perfect competition is

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