Economics Study Set 4
Quiz 13: Monopolistic Competition: The Competitive Model in a More Realistic Setting
For a Monopolistically Competitive Firm,price Equals Average Revenue
For a monopolistically competitive firm,price equals average revenue.
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For a profit-maximizing monopolistically competitive firm,for the last unit sold,the marginal cost of production is less than the marginal benefit received by a customer from the purchase of that unit.
Consumers in a monopolistically competitive market do not receive any consumer surplus because the price paid for the product exceeds the marginal cost of production.
Assume that price exceeds average variable cost over the relevant range of demand.If a monopolistically competitive firm is producing at an output where marginal revenue is $111.11 and marginal cost is $118,then to maximize profits the firm should increase its output.
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