Effects of increasing fixed cost, Cost Accounting

Jones Company operates within a monopolistically competitive industry. The estimated demand for its products is given by the following inverse demand function

P = 1760 - 12Q

It finance department has estimated its total cost function as

TC = 24,000 + 5 Q - 15 Q2 + 0.333 Q3

a.  What is the effect of an increase in fixed costs of $5000 on equilibrium price and output?

 

 

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