Question

Q) Perfect Competition

Demand: P=$4

Marginal revenue: MR = $4

Average total cost: ATC = 2/Q + Q

Marginal cost :MC = 2Q

Draw a graph showing MC. MR, demand, and ATC. Illustrate this firm's revenue, cost, and profit in your graph. Then, Explain why the demand is perfectly elastic in a perfectly competitive marker.

Answer #1

In perfect competition, P = MR = MC

2Q = 4

Q = 2

ATC = (2/2) + 2 = 1 + 2 = 3

Since P > ATC, firm is making Profit.

Profit = Q x (P - ATC) = 2 x (4 - 3) = 2 x 1 = 2

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