PROFIT MAXIMIZATION AND THE COMPETITIVE FIRM’S SUPPLY CURVE
The goal of a competitive firm is to maximize profit, which equals total revenue minus total cost. We have just discussed the firm’s revenue, and in the last chapter, we discussed the firm’s costs. We are now ready to examine how the firm maximizes profit and how that decision leads to its supply curve.
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