Produce output by zero marginal reveune

When LoCalLoCarbo, the favorite corporation of fad dieters,in that case produces output q* [that where is marginal revenue is zero] as: (1) LoCalLoCarbo’s total revenue is at its highest possible level. (2) expanding output to q4 would cause total revenue to fall. (3) LoCalLoCarbo could increase its profit by decreasing production because MC > MR. (4) the consequent point on the demand curve facing LoCalLoCarbo has unitary price elasticity. (5) All of the above.

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