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By increasing the price of its products above those of its competitors, a perfectly competitive seller:

A. Can sell more

B. Reduces its revenues

C. Can sell nothing

D. Increases its revenues

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  17. In modern cost theory, AVC= b1 and MC= b1 in the range of:
  18. When total revenue (TR) falls in monopoly then elasticity of demand is:
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  27. In general, most of the production functions measure:
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