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The city of North Bend currently has one McDonald?s fast-food franchise,

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The city of North Bend currently has one McDonald?s fast-food franchise, Big Mac. Demand for hamburgers in North Bend is given by Q = 400 ? 10P. All McDonald?s franchises have identical costs of C = 60 + 3Q for producing Q hamburgers. If a second McDonald's franchise, Mac Junior, was to move into North Bend;Calculate the market price that would prevail at equilibrium in a Cournot oligopoly.;Calculate the quantity that Big Mac would supply at equilibrium in a Cournot oligopoly.;Calculate the quantity that Mac Junior would supply at equilibrium in a Cournot oligopoly.;Calculate the profit that Big Mac would earn at equilibrium in a Cournot oligopoly.;Calculate the profit that Mac Junior would earn at equilibrium in a Cournot oligopoly.;If Big Mac was the Stackelberg leader, and Mac Junior was the Stackelberg follower;Calculate the market price that would prevail at equilibrium in a Stackelberg oligopoly.;Calculate the quantity that Big Mac would supply at equilibrium in a Stackelberg oligopoly.;Calculate the quantity that Mac Junior would supply at equilibrium in a Stackelberg oligopoly.;Calculate the profit that Big Mac would earn at equilibrium in a Stackelberg oligopoly.;Calculate the profit that Mac Junior would earn at equilibrium in a Stackelberg oligopoly.

 

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