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Maximum profits will occur at the output level where is the greatest vertical distance between Total Revenue(TR) AND Total Cost(TC. uSE THE TOTAL REVENUE-TOTAL COST CURVES TO Illustrate maximum profits under perfect conditions in the short run.
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