I'm studying Mathematical Economics and there's this question that I'm unable to understand.
Q. Suppose a firm faces a demand curve for its product $P = 32 - 2Q$, and the firm's costs of production and marketing are $C(Q) = 2Q^2$. Find the following:
(f) What would the competitive price and quantity be, assuming $C(Q) = 2Q^2$ represented the industry cost function?
Actually the question has 5 more parts but I was only stuck on this last one (f). In the other parts I calculated Profit formula, price and quantity that maximize total revenue and the price and quantity that maximize profit (if by any chance these are related to the last part)
Any help will be appreciated!