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Ask qI run a company that makes household power plants that use microeconomic textbooks to
generate enough electricity each day for one house. Since there are a lot of used
microeconomic textbooks out there and a lot of companies producing these mini-power
plants, this is a perfectly competitive industry.
a. The price for electricity is determined by the market supply and demand. Assume that all
firms are producing at the profit maximizing level and there is no incentive for additional
firms to enter the market. Draw generic (no numbers, just focus on the shapes of the
curves and where they are relative to each other) Average Total Cost (ATC), Average
Variable Cost (AVC), Marginal Cost (MC), and Marginal Revenue (MR) curves that
demonstrate this case. Pay special attention to how you label your axes for this graphuestion #Minimum 100 words accepted#
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