Long run equilibrium for purely competitive industry

When a purely competitive industry is into long run equilibrium, in that case for the typical firm: (a) P = FC = TC = MC = MR = AR = AC. (b) P = AR = MR = SRMC = SRAC = LRMC = LRAC. (c) pure economic profits reward especially effective managers. (d) monopoly power tends to grow.

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