Monopolies can sometimes find themselves in difficult


Monopolies can sometimes find themselves in difficult financial situations that lead to losses. Suppose Mr. Burns' power company has a monopoly for providing electricity in Springfield. His costs of upkeep are so high that he is consistently losing money.

Show this outcome in a completely labeled graph. Clearly identify all parts of your graph, including the best price and output for the firm as well as the losses.

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