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The weekly demand for computers produced by College Computers is given by Q=1000-P, and its weekly cost of producing computers is C(Q)=2000+Q^2.

The weekly demand for computers produced by College Computers is given by Q=1000-P, and its weekly cost of producing computers is C(Q)=2000+Q^2.
If other firms in industry sell PC's at $600, what price and quantity of computers should you produce to maximize your firm's profits? What long-run adjustments should you anticipate? Explain in 2-4 sentences.
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The weekly demand for computers produced by College Computers is given by Q=1000­P, and its weekly cost of producing computers is C(Q)=2000+Q^2.
If other firms in industry sell PC's at $600, what...

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