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Business, 30.11.2019 01:31 gtrsoccer

Afirm currently produces 3,500 units of output per week. after an additional worker is hired, output rises to 3,750 units per week. if the weekly wage paid to a worker is $500, what is the firm's short-run marginal cost? a. $500 b. $250 c. $2 d. none of the above is correct.

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