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If a monopolist is earning zero profit in the short-run, then we know that:

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4) all of the above.

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A monopolistically competitive firm will try to earn a temporary profit by

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2) differentiating their product

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Jerry operates in the long run with (inverse) demand for his product of P(Q) = 50 - Q and a constant average and marginal cost of $2. If Jerry can successfully implement 1st degree price discrimination, how much profit will he earn?

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3)

$1,152

$1,152

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When regulating a natural monopoly, the regulator should

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3)

set price equal to the average cost of production so that he firm breaks even

set price equal to the average cost of production so that he firm breaks even

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The percentage change in quantity demanded that arises due to a one percent change in price is known as the ________, which is always a _________ number for non-Giffen goods.

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4) price elasticity of demand; negative

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If a firm is operating on the lower half of its demand curve, then

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1) it should definitely raise its price since this would increase revenues and decrease costs.

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If monopolistically competitive firms are losing money (i.e., earning a negative profit) which of the following best describes the adjustment to a long-run equilibrium?

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4) firms exit the market, demand for the remaining firms shifts out until the profit maximizing output for the remaining firms leads to zero profit.

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firm in a monopolistically competitive industry may try to differentiate itself by

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5) all of the above.

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Perfectly elastic demand implies

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5) all of the above.

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Demand being elastic implies that

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3) a given percentage change in price will result in a larger percentage change in quantity demanded.

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A monopolist facing the following inverse demand and cost functions will choose to _____:

P = 100 - 5Q

TC = 500 + 10Q

MC = 10

P = 100 - 5Q

TC = 500 + 10Q

MC = 10

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2)

operate even though profits are negative

operate even though profits are negative

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Monopolists

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3) face a downward sloping demand curve.

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Excess capacity refers to

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3) a situation where firms produce on the downward sloping portion of their long-run average cost curve.

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If a monopolist's inverse demand function is given by P = 10 - 2Q, then the monopolist's marginal revenue function is:

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3)

MR = 10 - 4Q

MR = 10 - 4Q

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In the short-run, a monopolist

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5) all of the above.

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For a single-price monopolist, marginal revenue is always

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2) less than price since the monopolist must lower price on all units in order to sell one more.

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When the price of umbrellas increased from $10 to $12, the weekly quantity demanded fell from 200 to 180. Approximately what is (the absolute value of) the price elasticity of demand for umbrellas?

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3)

0.58

0.58

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If the income elasticity of demand for jeans is 3, then what change in income will lead to a 15% decrease in the quantity demanded?

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1)

a 5% decrease.

a 5% decrease.

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When John opened John's Dogs Hotdog Stand, he offered a special introductory price of $0.50 per hotdog and sold 200 hotdogs in the first week. During the second week, John raised the price by 50% and he sold 30% fewer hotdogs. Assuming that demand is linear, what should John do in the third week if he wants to increase his revenues?

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3)

increase price since demand is inelastic

increase price since demand is inelastic

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In which of the following market structures might we see firms advertising?

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3)

monopolistic competition

monopolistic competition

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In the long-run, monopolistically competitive firms will

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1) have excess capacity.

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The (inverse) demand for widgets is given by P = 450 - 0.02Q. At a price of $250, we know that

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1)

demand is elastic

demand is elastic

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If the (inverse) demand for hotdogs at a baseball game is given by P = 10 - 0.1Q, what price will maximize the vendor's revenues?

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3)

$5.00

$5.00

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To determine whether a good is normal or inferior, one should examine the

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4) income elasticity of demand.

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Monosoft enjoys a monopoly in the production of a specific software package. The (inverse) market demand for this software is given by P(Q) = 260 - 2.5Q, Monosoft's total cost is given by TC(Q) = 500 + 10Q, and their marginal cost is given by MC(Q) = 10. What is Monosoft's profit maximizing output level?

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2)

50

50

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Monosoft enjoys a monopoly in the production of a specific software package. The (inverse) market demand for this software is given by P(Q) = 260 - 2.5Q, Monosoft's total cost is given by TC(Q) = 500 + 10Q, and their marginal cost is given by MC(Q) = 10. What is Monosoft's profit maximizing price?

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3)

$135

$135

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Monosoft enjoys a monopoly in the production of a specific software package. The (inverse) market demand for this software is given by P(Q) = 260 - 2.5Q, Monosoft's total cost is given by TC(Q) = 500 + 10Q, and their marginal cost is given by MC(Q) = 10. How much deadweight loss is caused by this monopoly?

answer

3)

$3,125

$3,125

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Monosoft enjoys a monopoly in the production of a specific software package. The (inverse) market demand for this software is given by P(Q) = 260 - 2.5Q, Monosoft's total cost is given by TC(Q) = 500 + 10Q, and their marginal cost is given by MC(Q) = 10. What is Monosoft's profit?

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1)

$5,750

$5,750

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Compared to a monopoly, a perfectly competitive industry

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1) charges a lower price and produces more output.

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Student discounts are an example of

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4) 3rd degree price discrimination

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A "natural monopoly" refers to a firm that has monopoly power because

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4) they enjoy economies of scale

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A recent study showed that the income elasticity of demand for widgets is -0.27. Which of the following is true?

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1) widgets are an inferior good.

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If quantity demanded falls from 50 to 25 when price increases from $1 to $2, then

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4)

price elasticity of demand is approximately -1 and demand is unitary elastic

price elasticity of demand is approximately -1 and demand is unitary elastic

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For a good to be considered an economic necessity, what must be true?

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5) the income elasticity is between zero and one

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Which of the following is NOT true regarding perfect competition and monopolistic competition?

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5) the income elasticity is between zero and one

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