What are the firm’s fixed cost, Cost Accounting

Q. A firm's total cost function is given by TC = 2Q2+ 10. What are the firm's fixed cost, variable cost, average fixed cost, average variable cost, and marginal cost functions? Sketch the MC, AFC, AVC curves, as well as the average total cost curve, all in one diagram. If necessary, continue your solution on the back side.

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