# Econ

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If a pure monopolist can price discriminate by separating buyers into two or more groups:
A.the marginal revenue curve and the total revenue curve will now coincide.

B.the marginal revenue curve will now shift to a position above the demand curve.

C.the firm will face multiple marginal revenue curves.

D.marginal revenue will become less at each level of output than it would be without price discrimination.

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C.

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