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Change Curve Model is a change model that outlines the basic assumptions in an organization as it undergoes changes. It lays out the stages that an organization goes through and identify the risks involved or areas that can potentially fail the change implementation. The model has five stages namely: Stagnation, preparation, implementation, determination, and fruition. Can you please expand on this for me on the topic of teenage pregnancy prevention program

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Change Curve Model is a change model that outlines the basic assumptions in an organization as it undergoes changes. It lays out the stages that an organization goes through and identify the risks involved or areas that can potentially fail the change implementation. The model has five stages namely: Stagnation, preparation, implementation, determination, and fruition. Can you please expand on this for me on the topic of teenage pregnancy prevention program.

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This solution of 305 words discusses the change curve model with application to the teenage pregnancy prevention program. It explains each stage and their adaption to the program as well as a justification.

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Assume the attached graph depicts a firm that tries to maximize profits or minimize losses. Also assume this firm has fixed costs of $100. Some texts describe the above situation as an oligopoly engaged in cutthroat competition, while our text uses the term Sweezy oligopoly to describe this market situation. Answer the following questions on the above firm.
A. What is this firm's profit-maximizing output and price?
B. The firm has a marginal cost equation that is shown above as MC=$20+$1Q. Suppose something happens to cause that equation to change to MC=$15+$1Q. How does this change in the firm's cost structure change its profit-maximizing output and price? What practical implications for the firm's customers does your answer have?

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