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Afirm produces a product in a competitive industry and has a total cost function (tc) of tc(q) = 60 + 10q + 2q2 and a marginal cost function (mc) of mc(q) = 10 + 4q. at the given market price (p) of $20, the firm is producing 5.00 units of output. is the firm maximizing profit? no what quantity of output should the firm produce in the long run? the firm should produce unit s) of output. (enter your response as an integer.)

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