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Patent and Marginal Revenue

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In this solution, marginal revenue curve is drawn for a patent product.

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a. What is the firm's inverse demand function?
b. What is the firm's marginal revenue when producing 4 units of output?
c. What level of output would maximize profits?
d. At what price would you maximizing profits?
e. What will be the dollar level of your profits?

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