Microeconomics: Principles, Problems, & Policies, 20th Edition

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ISBN 10: 0077660811
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Chapter 9 - Businesses and the Costs of Production - Discussion Questions - Page 217: 4


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Some costs do not change based on the total output. For instance, when I buy a factory, I am going to have to heat the factory regardless of whether or not I am making anything. Thus, there are variable costs that change based on how much I make, and there are fixed costs, which are constant.
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