1. In perfect price discrimination, a monopolist:
A) charges each customer the minimum price he or she is willing to pay.
B) charges different customers different prices depending on the quantities they purchase.
C) charges different groups of people different prices.
D) obtains all the consumer surplus from its customers.
2. Compared to a single-price monopolist, a price-discriminating monopolist:
A) earns higher profits.
B) earns the same profit.
C) has lower costs.
D) earns lower profits.
These multiple choice questions belong to Economics. The 1st question is about a monopolist’s behavior in perfect price discrimination and the 2nd question is about difference between single price monopolist and price discriminating monopolist.
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