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Applying the concepts.

1.What is the break-even price?

2.How do entry costs affect the number of firms in the market?

3.Does volentary pricing work?

4.What type of consumers pay relatively high prices?

5.What are the effects of market entry?

6.What does it take to enter a market with a franchise?

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