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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of monopolist

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of monopolist:
/mənɑpələst/

Derived Form of monopolist

noun
plural: monopolists
Noun
1
someone who monopolizes the means of producing or selling something
Synonymsmonopoliser, monopolizer,
Type ofselfish person,
See alsomonopolize,

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  2. Should he not be held up as an example of what can be done within the system rather than simply remembered as the giant monopolist he was?
  3. a monopolist decide both what to charge and how much to
  4. The difference with a monopolist, as you see in
  5. Well now, a monopolist is the only firm in the market.
  6. We're going to assume that the monopolist can only charge one
  7. discriminating monopolist. We're going to say that Bill
  8. So it's a non-price discriminating monopolist
  9. That monopolist has to set one price.
  10. Now, for that monopolist, for Bill Gates with Windows circa
  11. this monopolist, the marginal revenue is equal to the
  12. So there's two effects a monopolist as he thinks about
  13. And that's what makes a monopolist a little more
  14. We basically think of the monopolist as basically having
  15. Not true for the monopolist.
  16. If the monopolist wants to sell more, he has to face the
  17. monopolist, it's going to be a little bit trickier.
  18. What the monopolist is going to want to do is draw a
  19. For a monopolist, there is a marginal revenue curve.
  20. the price a monopolist is going to charge?