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1. ### Average total cost equals?

AFC + AVC This is true since TC=TFC + TVC

1 Answers · Social Science · 10/10/2010

2. ### Economics Question: TFC, TVC, TC, MC, AFC, AVC & ATC?

... MC=TC of n units - TC of n-1 units AFC=TFC/Q where Q=output AVC=TVC/Q ...

4 Answers · Social Science · 27/03/2009

3. ### How will a decrease in interest rates affect a firm's cost curves (ATC, AVC, AFC, and MC)?

.... But for higher initial rates the ATC and AFC will be higher. But , if in addition to that running cost ...

1 Answers · Social Science · 28/11/2012

4. ### Perfectly competitive market: effects of AFC curve shift?

You are right. In reality, that is exactly what happens. There is no inconsistency with what you expect about some individual firms expanding their output in the long-run. For this you have to realise that the extent of the...

2 Answers · Social Science · 09/12/2007

5. ### Economics Question: TFC, TVC, TC, MC, AFC, AVC & ATC?

Ya TC=TFC + TVC AND MC = TVC(2) - TVC(1)

3 Answers · Social Science · 11/11/2008

6. ### What would be the most efficient Output level in a table that includes Q, TFC, AFC, TVC, TC, AVC, ATC, and MC?

"Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

2 Answers · Social Science · 06/09/2009

7. ### I have a quick economics question.?

AFC and ATC will shift back.

1 Answers · Social Science · 15/11/2017

AFC=FC/Q=5000/1000=5 AVC=VC/Q=15000/1000=15 ATC=TC/Q=(FC+VC)/Q=AFC+AVC=5+15=20 TC=FC+VC=15000+5000=20000

2 Answers · Social Science · 09/03/2007

9. ### How will a decrease in interest rates and shipping costs rise, affect a firm's cost curves?

ATC,AVC and MC will shift downward. AFC remains the same. If it is FOB, the main affects would be only the decrease in interest rate. In the case of CIF, the freight cost will be included.

1 Answers · Social Science · 27/11/2012

10. ### Stumped...Economics Question?

... out what we can for the information that is not found. The AFC is 4 because the ATC-AVC=AFC, so that leads...

2 Answers · Social Science · 01/04/2014