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### Profit Maximization in Competitive Markets

by jodiecongirl • 63,029 views

This video explains how firms in competitive markets maximize profit and outlines how to show that profit graphically. For more information and a complete listing of videos and online articles by...

is profit maximization same for monopoly and perfect competition?
+deeaveragestan what I mean by this is not that she should know the difference, but she should ask whats the difference. It's got nothing to do with knowledge, it has to do with logic mate...
+Tvytu Cvytvubt dude thats the thing , i actually think its the same in competitive and monopolistic markets, its where mr=mc, in competitive market mr=p=d. in monopolistic market  d is not the same as mr, where mr=mc, only shows the quantity, price depends on the quantity and the demand curve
Why is the profit maximizing point where MR=MC?
Awesome video! This helped me so much with my Microeconomics class.
Thank you!
I need help on profit maximization in a perfect competition market with the help of drawings/curves and explenation on each.
Is the marginal cost curve also the supply curve if it exceeds average total cost?
The section of the MC curve that lies above the AVC curve is the individual firm's SR supply curve.
Thank you so much, It's very useful for me to learn Micro Econ. ;)
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Thanks for the great video tutorial regarding perfect competitive market... Would it be possible showing the profit maximization and minimization in terms of mathematics like using derivatives?... If so, then it would be very grateful.. thnk again...
Have you taken calculus for business and social science? Class goes into some formulas or you can google it up. I personally find econ explanation easier and faster than working out the cal.
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Why can't my seminar tutor explain it as clearly as this?! :(
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Hello I need help with this please: Market demand is given as QD = 200 – 3P. Market supply is given as QS = 2P + 100. Each identical firm has MC = 0.5Q and ATC = 0.25Q. What quantity of output will a typical firm produce?
I was hoping to see Pontryagin Maximum Principle applied on competitive markets. Aren't amazed by his story? Can you make an advanced economics/mathematics video please? To show us viewers what is possible within the field? That would be very interesting!
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Yes, but did you LEARN anything? Because, ya know... that was kinda the point of this video.
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One question: How can average total cost be less than marginal cost?
Hi :) This is a really good material, thanks for that. If someone is interested about algebraic problem solving, I also made some videos.
Because marginal cost isn't constant...consider a situation where is costs \$10 to produce the first unit and an additional \$20 to produce the second- average cost at a quantity of 2 is then \$15 but marginal cost is the incremental cost of the second unit, which is \$20.
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