QuantityFixed CostVariable CostTotal CostAverage Variable CostAverage Total CostMarginal Cost0$15.00$0.00 ---------------1 $10.67    2 $12.67    3 $16.00    4 $20.67    5 $26.67    6 $34.00    7 $42.67    8 $52.67    9 $64.00    10 $76.67    11 $90.67    12 $106.00    13 $122.67    14 $140.67    15 $160.00    16 $180.67    17 $202.67    18 $226.00    19 $250.67    20 $276.67

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Asked Oct 31, 2019
Quantity Fixed Cost Variable Cost Total Cost Average Variable Cost Average Total Cost Marginal Cost
0 $15.00 $0.00   ----- ----- -----
1   $10.67        
2   $12.67        
3   $16.00        
4   $20.67        
5   $26.67        
6   $34.00        
7   $42.67        
8   $52.67        
9   $64.00        
10   $76.67        
11   $90.67        
12   $106.00        
13   $122.67        
14   $140.67        
15   $160.00        
16   $180.67        
17   $202.67        
18   $226.00        
19   $250.67        
20   $276.67        
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0
15
0
15
0
0
0
10.67
25.67
25.67
1
15
10.67
10.67
15
27.67
3.33
2
15
12.67
6.33
13.83
7.5
3
15
16
31
5.33
10.33
5
4.67
35.67
8.91
15
20.67
5.17
3.75
6
8.33
7.33
5
15
26.67
41.67
5.33
3
6
15
34
49
5.67
8.17
2.5
8.67
7
15
42.67
57.67
6.09
8.24
2.14
10
15
52.67
67.67
6.58
8.46
1.88
11.33
7.11
1.67
9
15
64
79
8.78
12.67
9.17
10
76.67
91.67
7.67
1.5
15
14
1.36
11
15
90.67
105.67
8.24
9.61
15.33
121
1.25
16.67
12
15
106
8.83
10.08
122.67
1.15
13
15
137.67
9.44
10.59
18
19.33
140.67
155.67
10.04
11.12
1.07
14
15
20.67
15
15
160
175
10.67
11.67
1
0.94
16
15
180.67
195.67
11.29
12.23
22
0.88
11.92
23.33
17
15
202.67
217.67
12.80
226
241
13.39
24.67
18
15
12.55
0.83
13.19
19
15
250.67
265.67
13.98
0.79
26
20
15
276.67
291.67
13.83
14.58
0.75
14.58
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Average Average Average Fixed Variable Total Marginal Quantity Variable Total fixed Cost Cost Cost Cost Cost cost Cost 0 15 0 15 0 0 0 10.67 25.67 25.67 1 15 10.67 10.67 15 27.67 3.33 2 15 12.67 6.33 13.83 7.5 3 15 16 31 5.33 10.33 5 4.67 35.67 8.91 15 20.67 5.17 3.75 6 8.33 7.33 5 15 26.67 41.67 5.33 3 6 15 34 49 5.67 8.17 2.5 8.67 7 15 42.67 57.67 6.09 8.24 2.14 10 15 52.67 67.67 6.58 8.46 1.88 11.33 7.11 1.67 9 15 64 79 8.78 12.67 9.17 10 76.67 91.67 7.67 1.5 15 14 1.36 11 15 90.67 105.67 8.24 9.61 15.33 121 1.25 16.67 12 15 106 8.83 10.08 122.67 1.15 13 15 137.67 9.44 10.59 18 19.33 140.67 155.67 10.04 11.12 1.07 14 15 20.67 15 15 160 175 10.67 11.67 1 0.94 16 15 180.67 195.67 11.29 12.23 22 0.88 11.92 23.33 17 15 202.67 217.67 12.80 226 241 13.39 24.67 18 15 12.55 0.83 13.19 19 15 250.67 265.67 13.98 0.79 26 20 15 276.67 291.67 13.83 14.58 0.75 14.58

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