GDP, Marginal Revenue, total cost, , Macroeconomics

Calculate the marginal cost and marginal analysis for the following table. Calculate the answers and insert them into the shaded cells.

Units Produces Cost per Unit Total Cost Marginal Cost Price per unit Total Revenue Marginal Revenue
100 10 N/A 20 N/A
500 8 15
1,000 6 12
2,000 4 7
5,000 3 4
10,000 2 3
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