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1. For a single-price monopoly, marginal revenue is

a. equal to the price for the first unit of output.

b. less than the price for all units of output after the first unit.

c. greater than price. horizontal.

d. a and b

 

 

2. The demand curve facing a monopolist is:

a) horizontal, the same as that facing a perfectly competitive firm.

b) upward sloping, the same as that facing a perfectly competitive firm.

c) downward sloping, unlike the horizontal demand curve facing a perfectly competitive firm.

d) downward sloping, the same as that facing a perfectly competitive firm.

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Darryn D'Souza
Darryn D'SouzaLv10
28 Sep 2019

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