If P = 15, TC=10 + 5q + q^2, and MC = 5 + 2q, find the perfectly competitive firm's maximum profit.
If P = 15, TC=10 + 5q + q^2, and MC = 5 + 2q, find the perfectly competitive firm's profit-maximizing quantity of output.
If P = 15, TC=10 + 5q + q^2, and MC = 5 + 2q, find the perfectly competitive firm's maximum profit.
The firm produces at MC=P
Where
5+2q=15
2q=10
q=5
P=15
Total revenue =P*Q=15*5=75
Total cost=10+5*5+5^2=60
Profit=TR-TC=75-60=15
The profit is $15
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If P = 15, TC=10 + 5q + q^2, and MC = 5 + 2q, find the perfectly competitive firm's profit-maximizing quantity of output.
The firm produces at MC=P
Where
5+2q=15
2q=10
q=5
The firm produces 5 units
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