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shayeshaye00 shayeshaye00
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Figure 15-17



Your college decides to offer a psychology course as a MOOC that can be taken by students anywhere in the world, whether they are actually enrolled in your college or not. The demand and cost situation for the MOOC is shown in the figure.



Refer to Figure 15-17. The faculty member who designed the course argues: "I think the course should be priced so that the maximum number of students enroll." Which price should this faculty member favor?



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$40



$88



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Figure 15-17



Your college decides to offer a psychology course as a MOOC that can be taken by students anywhere in the world, whether they are actually enrolled in your college or not. The demand and cost situation for the MOOC is shown in the figure.



Refer to Figure 15-17. The faculty member who designed the course argues: "I think the course should be priced so that the maximum number of students enroll." How much profit (or loss) will the college make on the course if it charges this price?



-$2,592,000



-$1,080,000



$0



$450,000

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Figure 15-17



Your college decides to offer a psychology course as a MOOC that can be taken by students anywhere in the world, whether they are actually enrolled in your college or not. The demand and cost situation for the MOOC is shown in the figure.



Refer to Figure 15-17. The dean of the college argues: "I think the course should be priced to maximize the profit the college earns, so these funds can be used to pay some other expenses." Which price should the dean favor?



$0



$40



$88



$150

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You make an excellent tutor!
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Figure 15-17



Your college decides to offer a psychology course as a MOOC that can be taken by students anywhere in the world, whether they are actually enrolled in your college or not. The demand and cost situation for the MOOC is shown in the figure.



Refer to Figure 15-17. You are a member of a student government and are asked to recommend a price for the course and you argue: "I think the college should charge a price so that it just breaks even on the course." What price should you recommend?



$0



$40



$88



$150

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