Micro Economics Question.

Your cookies are sold in a perfectly competitive market with a market price of $5 per dozen. Calculate the profit-maximizing quantity of dozens of cookies for your cookies. Calculate the level of profit earned at that level of production. Now repeat the previous steps but with the $15 fixed costs calculations. Compare the results. Now assume you have a monopoly with your cookies with the following demand curve: $10 per dozen for one dozen, $9 per dozen for two dozen, $8 per dozen for three dozen, $7 per dozen for four dozen, $6 per dozen for five dozen, $5 per dozen for six dozen, $4 per dozen for seven dozen, $3 per dozen for eight dozen, $2 per dozen for nine dozen, and $1 per dozen for ten dozen. Start with the costs calculated with the $30 fixed costs. Calculate the profit-maximizing quantity of dozens of cookies for your cookies. Calculate the level of profit earned at that level of production. Now repeat the previous steps but with the $15 fixed costs calculations. Compare the monopoly results. Bring all your results together. Compare the perfect competition and monopoly results. Adhere to the following standards: Your paper should be 3-4 pages in length, not including the title or references pages.

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