micro economics

Marginal cost is a constant $10 per tire.quantities are measured in thousands per month ans price refers to the wholesale price. marginal cost is a constant $10 per tire. american currently sells brand name tires at a wholesale price of $28.50 and private label tires for a price pf $17 are these prices optimal for the firm?

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