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# Assume labor market demand is given by: lD = 10 – w and labor market supply by: lS = w – 2. Suppose that a union has a monopoly in the supply of labor. Suppose also that the goal it has decided to

Assume labor market demand is given by: lD = 10 – w and labor market supply by: lS = w – 2. Suppose that a union has a monopoly in the supply of labor. Suppose also that the goal it has decided to pursue is to maximize the total wage bill. In this case, the quantity of labor it will offer is [l]. (NOTE: Write your answer in number format, with 2 decimal places of precision level; do not write your answer as a fraction. Add a leading zero and trailing zeros when needed. HINTS: Sketch the Marshallian “cross” diagram of supply and demand to help you answer this question. Remember, this is a labor market, not an output market. See example 16.5 in your text.)

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