# Answer to Question #5500 in Microeconomics for Bessie Allen

Question #5500

Walter builds birdhouses and buy material $5 for each birdhouse. He builds one in 30 minutes and earns $8 per hour and sell a birdhouse for $20 each.

Calculate the total profit for one birdhouse $7,$11,$12,$15

Calculate the total profit for one birdhouse $7,$11,$12,$15

Expert's answer

If we don't take into account Walter's earnings per hour the total profit for

one birdhouse will be ATP = ATR - ATC = P - ATC = 20 - 5 = $15.

If we take

into account Walter's earnings per hour the total profit for one birdhouse will

be ATP = ATR - ATC = P - ATC = 20 + 8/2 - 5 = $19.

one birdhouse will be ATP = ATR - ATC = P - ATC = 20 - 5 = $15.

If we take

into account Walter's earnings per hour the total profit for one birdhouse will

be ATP = ATR - ATC = P - ATC = 20 + 8/2 - 5 = $19.

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