Purely competitive industry in long run equilibrium

When a purely competitive industry is into long run equilibrium, in that case the total: (w) costs of all the firms’ combined outputs are minimized. (x) revenues of the industry are maximized. (y) welfare of society is at its minimum. (z) economic profit exceeds that for a monopoly.

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