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    A potential entrant can produce at the same cost as the monopolist illustrated in the figure on the next page. The monopolist's demand curve is given by Dm, and its average cost curve is AC
    A. What level of output does the monopolist have to produce in order for the entrant to face the residual demand curve, Dr?
    B. How much profit will the monopolist earn if it commits to the output that generates the residual demand curve Dr?
    C. Can the monopolist profitably deter entry by committing to a different level of output? Explain.

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    A potential entrant can produce at the same cost as the monopolist illustrated in the figure on the next page. The monopolist's demand curve is given by Dm, and its average cost curve is AC
    A. What level of output does the monopolist have to produce in order for the entrant to ...

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    What level of output does the monopolist have to produce in order for the entrant to face the residual demand curve are determined.

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