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    A firm operating in a monopolistically competitive market faces a demand curve (function) as given below:

    P = 10 - 0.1Q

    The firm's total cost curve (function) is:

    TC = - 10Q + 0.0333Q3 + 130

    a. Determine the price and output rate that will allow the firm to maximize profit or minimize losses.

    b. Determine (compute) the monopoly power of the firm.

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    A firm operating in a monopolistically competitive market faces a demand curve (function) as given below:
    P = 10 - 0.1Q. The firm's total cost curve (function) is: TC = - 10Q + 0.0333Q3 + 130
    a. Determine the price and output rate that will allow the firm to maximize profit or ...

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    This solution helps with a microeconomics and demand curve problem. The posting helps determine the price and output rate that would allow the firm to maximize profit or minimize losses and compute the monopoly power of a firm. Complete, Neat and Step-by-step Solutions are provided in the attached file.

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