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3. How short-run profit or losses induce entry or exit Fantastique Bikes is a company that manufactu

3. How short-run profit or losses induce entry or exit Fantastique Bikes is a company that manufactures bikes in a monopolistShow the possible effect of this free entry and exit by shifting the demand curve for a typical individual producer of bikes

3. How short-run profit or losses induce entry or exit Fantastique Bikes is a company that manufactures bikes in a monopolistically competitive market. The following graph shows Fantastique's demand curve, marginal revenue curve (MR), marginal cost curve (MC), and average total cost curve (ATC) Place the black point (plus symbol) on the graph to indicate the short-run profit- maximizing price and quantity for this monopolistically competitive company. Then, use the green rectangle (triangle symbols) to shade the area representing the company's profit or loss. Manapalistically Competive Outcome ATC Prafit or Loss MC MR. Demand nagåtive positive 100 QUANTITY (Bkes zero Given the profit-maximizing choice of output and price, the shop is making shops in the profit, which means there are industry relative to the long-run equilibrium.an equal number of fewer Now consider the long run in which bike mar market benter and exit the more (ag jadsp)ad Show the possible effect of this free entry and exit by shifting the demand curve for a typical individual producer of bikes on the following graph. Demand Demand QUANTITY Blkes) Which of the following statements are true about both monopolistic competition and monopolies? Check all that apply. Price equals average total cost in the long run. Firms can earn positive profit in the long run. Firms are not price takers. Price is above marginal cost (axig jad sEp

 

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