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<br>1) b. Antitrust legislations main purpose is to prohibit monopolies.
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<br>12) A. You will get the answer by looking at the formulae in the marginal revenue product definition.
<br>13) A. True. The firm will maximize profit, at the profit maximization point the price of input will equal the marginal revenue product.
<br>14) C . 50/3 = 16.67
<br>15) D. 60*5 = 300
<br>16) D. Plug in the cost and the revenue for each unit of labor to get the answer.
<br>17) A.
<br>18) C. A measure of the gain to the producers is the difference between their revenue and their variable cost (since fixed cost is fixed!); this measure is called the producers' surplus.
<br>19) D. 7*16 = ...

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