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  1.  Perfectly competitive firms and monopolist firms both maximize profit whereAnswer price equals marginal cost total revenue is maximized average total cost is minimized marginal cost equals marginal revenue price is as high as possible

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    Question 2

    1.  For which of the following products would price discrimination be easiest?Answer orange juice diamonds compact disks haircuts gasoline

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      Question 3

      1.  A nondiscriminating monopolist earning positive short-run economic profit determines that its current marginal cost is $15 and its current marginal revenue is $20. To maximize profit, a firm shouldAnswer raise price and increase output raise price and decrease output maintain a constant price and increase output reduce price and increase output shut down

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        Question 4

        1.  If a perfectly competitive industry is monopolized, consumer surplusAnswer can be expected to decrease will usually remain constant can be expected to increase drops from a high value to zero increases from zero to a high value

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          Question 5

          1.  A monopolist that engages in perfect price discriminationAnswer divides all buyers into two mutually exclusive groups refuses to sell to consumers of certain races, sexes, or creeds charges the same price for every unit sold charges a different price for every unit sold charges buyers who want a little of the good a low price and charges buyers who want a lot of the good a high price

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            Question 6

            1.  For a monopolist, marginal revenue isAnswer equal to price greater than price less than price represented by a horizontal curve equal to average revenue

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              Question 7

              1.  In the monopoly market structure, new firmsAnswer cannot profitably enter the industry, even in the long run may freely enter and leave the industry in both the short run and the long run may freely enter and leave the industry in the long run only may freely enter and leave the industry in the short run only have no incentive to enter the industry, even if economic profits are present

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                Question 8

                1.  The practice of charging different prices to different consumers of the same product is calledAnswer monopolistic pricing unit pricing price discrimination elasticity pricing marginal cost pricing

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                  Question 9

                  1.  A major fruit juice manufacturer failed in its attempt to engage in price discrimination between students and all other consumers. What is a possible explanation for this failure?Answer There was nothing to prevent the students from reselling the fruit juice to other consumers. The fruit juice manufacturer produced in a perfectly competitive market. The two groups of consumers probably have the same demand elasticity for fruit juice. The cost of producing the product is relatively high. Demand for fruit juice is probably inelastic.

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                    Question 10

                    1.  A monopolist isAnswer one of a large number of small firms that produce a homogeneous good one of a small number of large firms that produce a differentiated good a single seller of a product with many close substitutes one of a small number of large firms that produce a homogeneous good a single seller of a product with no close substitutes

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                      Question 11

                      1.  In economics, products are considered “differentiated” only ifAnswer they are physically or chemically different sellers decide that they are different buyers think that they are different the government determines that they are different they are produced by different firms

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                        Question 12

                        1.  A firm will only earn normal profit in the long runAnswer if firms can freely enter or leave the market if firms do not try to maximize profit only if the industry is perfectly competitive whenever products are not differentiated if barriers to entry exist

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                          Question 13

                          1.  Collusion occurs whenAnswer a firm chooses a level of output to maximize its own profit firms get together to maximize joint profits firms refuse to follow their price leaders firms petition their U.S. senators for favors two firms’ price and output decisions come into conflict

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                            Question 14

                            1.  The term monopolistic competitionAnswer is an alternate expression for monopoly is used to describe perfect competition with strong entry barriers denotes an industry with one seller of many differentiated products denotes an industry with many sellers of homogeneous products denotes an industry with many sellers of differentiated products

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                              Question 15

                              1.  A monopolistically competitive firm can raise price somewhat due toAnswer product differentiation barriers to entry product similarity its homogeneous product high tariffs

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                                Question 16

                                1.  What do monopolistic competition, pure monopoly, and perfect competition have in common?Answer free entry long-run economic profits differentiated product price taking the rule of profit maximization

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                                  Question 17

                                  1.  Tacit collusion occurs in industries thatAnswer are monopolistically competitive contain price leaders experience rapid technological change are regulated produce very differentiated products

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                                    Question 18

                                    1.  Under which of the following market conditions is it most difficult to maintain a cartel agreement?Answer There are many firms in the industry and these firms have similar costs. There are many firms in the industry and these firms have different costs. There are few firms in the industry and these firms have similar costs. There are few firms in the industry and these firms have different costs. There are many firms in the industry and these firms produce homogeneous products.

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                                      Question 19

                                      1.  Monopolistically competitive firms do not achieve allocative efficiency in the long run becauseAnswer marginal cost equals marginal revenue marginal cost is greater than marginal revenue marginal cost is less than marginal revenue price is less than marginal cost price is greater than marginal cost

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                                        Question 20

                                        1.  Which of the following is an example of an actual cartel?Answer the three largest cereal producers in the United States General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) the three major U.S. cigarette manufacturers U.S. television networks — ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox

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