Suppose a firm operates as a price taker in a perfectly competitive industry. The firm’s TC function is given by TC = 60 +3Q +2Q2, so its Marginal Cost is MC = 3 +4Q. If the market price is P = $95, what is the maximum amount of profit that this firm can earn in a given production period?

Suppose a firm operates as a price taker in a perfectly competitive industry. The firm’s TC function is given by TC = 60 +3Q +2Q2, so its Marginal Cost is MC = 3 +4Q. If the market price is P = $95, what is the maximum amount of profit that this firm can earn in a given production period?

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