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1. A monopoly firm is different from a competitive firm in that:
A. There are many substitutes for the monopolist's product, whereas there are no close substitutes for the competitive firm's product
B. The monopolist's demand curve is perfectly inelastic, whereas the competitive firm's demand curve is perfectly elastic
C. The monopolist is a price-maker, whereas the competitive firm is a price-taker
D. The monopolist always earns economic profits in the long run, whereas the competitive firm never earns economic profits in the long run

2. In the long run, an entrepreneur managing a perfectly competitive firm will earn:
A. Zero normal profits B. Economic profits and normal profits
C. The opportunity cost of operating the firm D. Negative economic profits

3. Refer to the graph above. The maximum possible total profit this monopolist can earn per day is:
A. $0 B. $1800 C. $2400 D. $4200

4. If marginal cost exceeds marginal revenue, the firm

A. is most likely to be at a profit-maximizing level of output.

B. should increase the level of production to maximize its profit.

C. must be experiencing losses.

D. may still be earning a profit.

5. A perfectly competitive firm maximizes profit by producing 500 units of output

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