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How often do perfectly competitive firms engage in price discrimination?
5. Suppose that a monopolist can segregate his buyers into two different groups to which he can charge two different prices. In order to maximize profit, the monopolist should charge a higher price to the group that has:
a. The higher elasticity of demand.
b. The lower elasticity of demand.
c. Richer members.
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