Question #49283

1) Assuming that the market demand curve does not shift (i.e., there are no changes in the determinants of demand), the monopolist that practices uniform pricing:

can increase price and increase output simultaneously because it dominates the market

increases its total revenues as it increases output by an amount equal to the price it charges

should produce in the range of demand where marginal revenue is negative

must lower price if it wants to sell more units of output versus fewer units of output

2) For a purely competitive firm _______________; and for a uniform-price monopolist _______________ :

P = AR > MR; P > MR = AR

P = MR = AR; P = AR > MR

P = MR = AR; P = MR > AR

P > MR = AR; P = AR > MR

3) If a monopolists total output increases as the quantity of labor that it employs increases, then the:

marginal product of labor could be increasing or decreasing

average product of labor is also increasing

marginal product of labor is also increasing

marginal product of labor is decreasing

can increase price and increase output simultaneously because it dominates the market

increases its total revenues as it increases output by an amount equal to the price it charges

should produce in the range of demand where marginal revenue is negative

must lower price if it wants to sell more units of output versus fewer units of output

2) For a purely competitive firm _______________; and for a uniform-price monopolist _______________ :

P = AR > MR; P > MR = AR

P = MR = AR; P = AR > MR

P = MR = AR; P = MR > AR

P > MR = AR; P = AR > MR

3) If a monopolists total output increases as the quantity of labor that it employs increases, then the:

marginal product of labor could be increasing or decreasing

average product of labor is also increasing

marginal product of labor is also increasing

marginal product of labor is decreasing

Expert's answer

1) Assuming that the market demand curve does not shift (i.e., there are no changes in the determinants of demand), the monopolist that

practices uniform pricing:

d) must lower price if it wants to sell more units of output versus fewer units of output

2) For a purely competitive firm _______________; and for a uniform-price monopolist _______________ :

b) P = MR = AR; P = AR > MR

3) If a monopolist’s total output increases as the quantity of labor that it employs increases, then the:

a) marginal product of labor could be increasing or decreasing

practices uniform pricing:

d) must lower price if it wants to sell more units of output versus fewer units of output

2) For a purely competitive firm _______________; and for a uniform-price monopolist _______________ :

b) P = MR = AR; P = AR > MR

3) If a monopolist’s total output increases as the quantity of labor that it employs increases, then the:

a) marginal product of labor could be increasing or decreasing

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