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Flashcard 150918125

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For a firm in a perfectly competitive market, all units are sold at the same price regardless of quantity, so that average revenue and marginal revenue are both equal to [...].
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the market price of a single unit sold, or AR = MR = price


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For a firm in a perfectly competitive market, all units are sold at the same price regardless of quantity, so that average revenue and marginal revenue are both equal to the market price, or AR = MR = price.

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With the assumption of a single price for all units a firm sells, average revenue and price must be equal.

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Flashcard 150918228

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With the assumption of a single price for all units a firm sells, [...] revenue and price of a single unit must be equal.
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average revenue


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Flashcard 150918234

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With the assumption of a single price for all units a firm sells, average revenue and [...] must be equal.
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price


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Assuming (for now) that firms charge the same price to all buyers, selling one more unit requires that the price on all units sold must be decreased. It is for this reason that for firms under imperfect competition, marginal revenue is less than price for quantities greater than one.

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Flashcard 150918244

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Assuming (for now) that firms charge the same price to all buyers, selling one more unit requires that the price on all units sold must be decreased. It is for this reason that for firms under imperfect competition, marginal revenue is [less/more/equal] price for quantities greater than one.
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less than


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firms charge the same price to all buyers, selling one more unit requires that the price on all units sold must be decreased. It is for this reason that for firms under imperfect competition, marginal revenue is <span>less than price for quantities greater than one.<span><body><html>

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The quantity of output that a firm can produce can be thought of as a function of the amounts of capital and labor employed and represented as Q = j(K,L). Such a function is called a production function.

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Flashcard 150918257

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The quantity of output that a firm can produce can be thought of as a function of the amounts of [...] and labor employed and represented as Q = j(K,L). Such a function is called a production function.
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capital


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Flashcard 150918263

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The quantity of output that a firm can produce can be thought of as a function of the amounts of capital and [...] employed and represented as Q = j(K,L). Such a function is called a production function.
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labor


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Flashcard 150918269

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The quantity of output that a firm can produce can be thought of as a function of the amounts of capital and labor employed and represented as Q = j(K,L). Such a function is called a [...] function.
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production


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head><head>The quantity of output that a firm can produce can be thought of as a function of the amounts of capital and labor employed and represented as Q = j(K,L). Such a function is called a production function.<html>

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The output with only one worker is considered the marginal product of the first unit of labor. The addition of a second worker will increase total product by the marginal product of the second worker.

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Flashcard 150918279

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The output with only one worker is considered the [...] of the first unit of labor. The addition of a second worker will increase total product by the [...] of the second worker.
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marginal product


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The output with only one worker is considered the marginal product of the first unit of labor. The addition of a second worker will increase total product by the marginal product of the second worker.

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