- The other definition is '-.*-.-'ben goode are
produced at lo'-.*-.-'eet boeeible coet end
broil-ride greeteet benefit. in eucb e eituetion
production will continue until: ME = lle.
- t-'"'-.-"l'iet ie the difference bet-r-reen ellocetiy-e
efficiency and
- As a ccnsumer ccnsumes more and more
Linit cf a given ccmmcciity-u he receives
less satisfaction from each aciciiticnal Linit
ccnsumeci Iii'IatLiiE. Since he receii-i-ies less
satisfaction! he is '-.*-.-'i|ing to pay a lesser
price for each additional L
- 1'-."u"li'lat is efficiency?
- i'-.-'is;d m u m o rod ucti ori '-.r-.-'iti'i road or u m use of
resources '-r-.-'iti'i minimum wastage.
- Therefore efficiency is iii-men resources are
fully employed and fully utilized.
- This 00 is also referred to as rnarginal
costtjl'ni-leI. MO is the additional cost of
producing an additional Linit ofa
commodity-r.
- lfthe additional cost of additional units
produced is constant! F'F'F tit-rill he a
straight line showing constant 00.
Production efficiency reguires resources
are fully utilized. These are all points along
a git-en F'F'F.
The other definition of production efficiency
is: maximum production of both goods at
lowest possible cost.
Question:
t-'"'-.-"l'ist is the difference
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