Quantity

Total Fixed Costs

Total Variable Costs


(Dollars)

(Dollars)


0  100  0 
1  100  50 
2  100  70 
3  100  90 
4  100  140 
5  100  200 
6  100  360 
Quantity

Total Cost

Marginal Cost

Average Fixed Cost

Average Variable Cost

Average Total Cost


(Dollars)

(Dollars)

(Dollars)

(Dollars)

(Dollars)


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1 




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The following table can be completed and written as follows by using the following formulas:
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