Exit industry in long run at wholesale price

This purely competitive peach orchard would most likely exit this industry within the long run when the wholesale price per bushel of peaches fell below: (i) $9.00 per bushel of peaches. (ii) $10.00 per bushel of peaches. (iii) $11.00 per bushel of peaches. (iv) $12.00 per bushel of peaches. (v) $13.0 per bushel of peaches.

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