Answer to Question #69123 in Microeconomics for Andres
What is per unit cost?
Per unit cost is the total cost per unit of output incurred when a firm engages in short-run production. It can be found in two ways. Because average total cost is total cost per unit of output, it can be found by dividing total cost by the quantity of output. Alternatively, because total cost is the sum of total variable cost and total fixed cost, average total cost can be derived by summing average variable cost and average fixed cost.
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