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Suppose there is a single Mexican restaurant in a small town. Assume that it is a profit-maximizing monopoly, but it cannot price discriminate. It...

Suppose there is a single Mexican restaurant in a small town. Assume that it is a profit-maximizing monopoly, but it cannot price discriminate. It serves only burritos.

The graph below shows the marginal cost (labeled MC), average cost (labeled AC), marginal revenue (labeled MR), and market demand (labeled Demand) curves for the restaurant.

Use the red rectangle (cross symbols) to shade the restaurant's total profit.
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Suppose there is a single Mexican restaurant in a small town. Assume that it is a profitmaximizing monopoly, but it cannot price discriminate. It serves only burritos.
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