Demand for Monopoly
The Demand Curve for a Monopolistic Market is of the same form as a regular Demand Curve. It is downward sloping because of the Substitution Effect, the Income Effect, and the Law of Declining Marginal Utility. The Demand Curve intercepts the x-axis twice as far down the x-axis as where the Marginal Revenue curve intercepts the x-axis. Even though a monopolist is the only producer in the market, they do not have "complete price control" in the market because of the previously listed reasons.

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