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How does the demand curve faced by a monopolistic competitive firm look like?

How does the demand curve faced by a monopolistic competitive firm look like? Explain why it is sloped this way, and what this implies about the relationship that exists between price and marginal revenue under monopolistic competition. 

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The demand curve is downward sloping, it slopes downward because the level of price affects the level of demand for the... View the full answer

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