### What is the italys marginal cost of producing wine

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Two countries, Italy and America, initially are capable of producing only two goods: wine (w) and pasta (p). Italy can produce a maximum of 200w and 0p or 100p and 0w, or any linear combination of these numbers. America can produce a maximum of 50w and 0p, or 400p and 0w, or any linear combination of these numbers. (place wine on the x axis and pasta on the y axis)

what is the Italy's Marginal Cost of producing WINE for every (one) PASTA not produced.

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