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Marginal Benefit vs. Marginal Cost: What's the Difference?

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Marginal Benefit vs. Marginal Cost

Marginal benefit and marginal cost are two measures of how the cost or value of a product changes.

  • The marginal benefit is a measurement from the consumer side. It is the maximum amount of money a consumer is willing to pay for an additional good o...

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A marginal benefit change in a consumer's advantage if they use an additional unit of a good or service.

A marginal benefit usually declines as consumption increases. For example, the consumer may buy one ring for $100, but only willing to buy another if the secon...

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Producers consider marginal cost, which is the small but measurable change in the expense to the business if it produces one additional unit.

In producing a product, efficiency in productivity can result in making more products in the same amount of time. The cost of raw ...

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