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the perfectly competitive firm:

the perfectly competitive firm: (a) cannot earn any economic profits because it faces a horizontal demand curve; (b) makes its profit-maximizing decision only on the basis of output; (c) can influence market price only in a downward direction; or (d) face a downward-sloping demand function.

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