Maximizes profit for output

HoloIMAGine has patented a holographic technology which creates 3-D photography obtainable to consumers. It maximizes profit at: (i) output q1. (ii) output q2. (iii) output q3. (iv) output q4. (v) output q5. How can I solve my Economics problem? Please suggest me the correct answer.

#### Related Questions in Microeconomics

• ##### Q :Demand curve for physical capital The

The demand curve for physical capital: (1) does not depend on the amount of labor available. (2) generates a supply of loanable funds to finance new investment. (3) depends onto the marginal productivity of capital. (4) is exactly parallel to the amou

• ##### Q :Profit-maximizing firm-perfectly

The profit-maximizing firm which is perfectly competitive in resource market however that consists of market power in output market will hire labor at the point where: (1) VMP=MRP=MFC>w. (2) VMP>MRP=MFC=w. (3) VMP = MRP = MFC = w. (4) VMP>MRP

• ##### Q :Calculating accounting profits The firm

The firm has \$70,000 in implicit costs, and the economic profit of \$40,000. This firm’s: (i) Explicit cost equivalent \$30,000. (ii) Accounting profits equivalent \$110,000. (iii) Normal gain equivalents \$40,000. (iv) Explicit costs equivalent \$110,000.

• ##### Q :Supply curve for price elasticity of

Suppose that all these demonstrated curves are infinitely long straight lines. So, a supply curve for that price elasticity of supply is constant for each possible price and quantity is: (i) supply curve S2. (ii) supply curve S3. (iii) supply curve S5

• ##### Q :Examples of pairs of substitutes goods

Illustrations of pairs of goods which are close substitutes comprise: (i) Bow ties and tuxedoes. (ii) Glasses and contact lenses. (iii) Power boats and water skis. (iv) Baby food and diapers. (v) Camping trailers and large SUVs.

##### Q :Experiencing the Diminishing Marginal

James has watched a latest blockbuster film twice a week for the precedent three weeks and can now narrate most of the dialogue. He is probably starting to experience: (1) Disequilibrium. (2) Diminishing the marginal utility. (3) Diminished capacity. (4) Clinical depr

• ##### Q :Central bank as lender of last resort

The central bank performs as lender of last resort. Explain how?

Answer: The central bank too acts as lender of last resort for other banks of the country. This mea

• ##### Q :Arc elasticity for labor of demand The

The arc elasticity of Bosun’s demand for labor between point d and point e is roughly: (1) one. (2) 1.25. (3) 2.50. (4) 3.75. (5) 5.00.

[Image_Link]http://

• ##### Q :Classification of firms Can someone

Can someone please help me in finding out the precise answer from the following question. The summation of all the firms which produce a given product is categorized as: (1) Multinational. (2) An industry. (3) Cartel. (4) Monopoly. (5) Plant.

• ##### Q :Signaling and Screening Completing your

Completing your degree is most probable to be a significant signal which will help you in securing a well-paid job with bright future when potential employers: (i) Want to make sure that job applicants have already acquired important amounts of precise human capital.