PERFECT COMPETITION and THE SUPPLY CURVE & MONOPOLY, Microeconomics

Chapter 13 / PERFECT COMPETITION and THE SUPPLY CURVE

1. Joe Brown’s dairy operates in a perfectly competitive marketplace. Joe’s machinery costs $500 per day and is the only fixed input. His variable costs are comprised of the wages paid to the few workers he employs at the dairy and the grain he feeds to his dairy cows.

The variable cost associated with each level of output is given in the accompanying table.

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