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Afirm is producing at minimum average total cost with its current plant. draw the​ firm's long-run average cost curve. label it. draw a point on the lrac curve at which the firm cannot lower its average total cost. draw the​ firm's short-run average total cost curve that is consistent with the point you have drawn. label it. g

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