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Anonymous asked in Social ScienceEconomics · 8 years ago

How to calculate AFC when given TP in economics?

Also how to calculate AVC, ATC and MC?

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  • 8 years ago
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    In fact, if only given TP, we cannot calculate AFC since one is about the amount of product, and another one is about the amount of costs.

    AFC = TFC / TP

    AVC = TVC / TP

    MC = TC(n+1) - TC(n)

    [Marginal Cost is an increase in total cost that results from a one unit increase in output.

    ~ Source: www.economicsconcepts.com]

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    VC=TC-FC=zero,15,forty,65,ninety,one hundred fifteen. AVC=VC/Output,0,0.25,zero.42,zero.43,0.41,zero.... AFC=FC/Output=zero,0.17,zero.Eleven,zero.07,zero.05,0.... ATC=TC/Output=0,0.Forty two,zero.Fifty one,0.50,zero.45,0.... Investigate it out.I do not believe my calculator too.

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