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- Perfect Competition Definitions Overview:
- Perfect Competition
- Definition of Perfect Competition
- 4 conditions of perfect competition
- Price Takers
- Economic Profit and Revenue
- Total Revenue, Marginal Revenue
- Demand, Total Revenue Graph
- Marginal Revenue is horizontal
- Decision of Firms
- Produce at the lowest cost
- Decide what quantity to produce
- Enter or Exit the Market
- Understanding Perfect Competition, Marginal Revenue, & Total Revenue
The demand curve for the firm's output is a_____________.
- Vertical line
- Horizontal line
- Line with positive slope
- Line with negative slope
- Which of the following does is not one of the conditions for a perfect competition?
- Firms find it easy to enter & exit the market
- Buyers and sellers are well informed
- Many firms sell identical products to many buyers
- Established firms have an advantage over new firms
- Bella makes mac & cheese that are identical to those made by other firms. There is free entry in the mac & cheese market. Both buyers and sellers are well informed about prices.
- Suppose John makes shoes that are identical to many other firms, and there is free entry in the market. Both buyers and sellers are well informed about prices. If the market price is $10, then