Output produced by profit maximizing monopolist

A profit maximizing monopolist produces output where: (i) MR = MC as long as the corresponding price exceeds average variable costs [P>AVC]. (ii) marginal revenue minus marginal costs [MR - MC] is maximized. (iii) price minus average cost is maximized. (iv) managers' salaries are maximized. (v) price equals marginal costs [P = MC].

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