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When a monopolist engages in perfect price discrimination, the quantity produced and sold

• is lower than the quantity produced and sold if it adopted a single price.

• is larger than the quantity produced and sold if it adopted a single price.

• is the same level as that produced and sold if it adopted a single price.

• could be lower, higher, or the same as that produced and sold if it adopted a single price.
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