describe the relationship of the demand curve , Microeconomics

The definition of a price maker is a "firm with some power to set the price because the demand curve for its output slopes downward", which in effect, means those firms with a downward sloping demand curve have some market power.  

  1. How does a firm then maximize their total revenue?  Describe the relationship of the demand curve and total revenue curve, indicating which of the four types of market structures market power like this would occur (i.e., perfect competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, monopoly).
  2. What happens when a firm raises its price in a market in which the price is in the inelastic range of the demand curve?
  3. What happens when a firm raises its price in a market in which the price is in the elastic range of the demand curve? 

 

 

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