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A. Maximized when a corner solution exists.
B. Minimized when the ratio of marginal product to input price is equal for all inputs.
C. Minimized when the marginal products of all inputs are equal.
D. Minimized when marginal product multiplied by input price is equal for all inputs.

This question is part of Chapter 7: Microeconomics
Asked by Twright on Mar 18, 2017

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e.Ronald

E.Ronald

Answered on Jan 03, 2018

Output is defined as the amount of products created in a certain amount of time for a company no matter what it will be used for. When a company decides to increase their output, they usually have to put more money into it. This is because they need more money for the raw materials and labor to make more of these products.

A marginal product is when a modification has been made due to a change in the input. Sometimes, all inputs can be equal. This would mean that the total cost of producing a given level of output will be minimized when the ratio of marginal product to input price is equal for all inputs. This would occur when changes are being made to the output.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Mar 18, 2017

B. minimized when the ratio of marginal product to input price is equal for all inputs.
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