Charge a price by monopolists

Most monopolists whom do not price discriminate and that operate effectively in the long run are capable to charge a price: (w) greater than minimum average total costs [ATC]. (x) less than MR. (y) less than marginal costs [MC]. (z) less than which of a pure competitor along with similar costs.

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