Cost in the short run, Microeconomics

Cost in the Short Run

Marginal Cost (or MC) is the cost of expanding output by one unit.  As fixed costs have no impact on marginal cost, it can be given as:
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Average Total Cost (or ATC) is the cost per unit of output, or average fixed cost (or AFC) plus average variable cost (or AVC). This can be written:

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Average Total Cost (or ATC) is the cost per unit of output, or average fixed cost (or AFC) plus average variable cost (or AVC). This can be written:

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