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How can we treat 580 as fixed cost if it is chaanging with output

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Prasanth kumar Kamisetty

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22-Sep-20 11:54

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Fixed cost is not changing. Total cost is changing and fixed cost per unit is changing when we increase number of units


Sriram Somayajula

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22-Sep-20 11:55

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Fixed cost is not changing. Total cost is changing and fixed cost per unit is changing when we increase number of units

Fixed cost wont change with no of units


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Prasanth kumar Kamisetty

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22-Sep-20 12:01

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Prasanth kumar Kamisetty

Fixed cost wont change with no of units

Yes but per unit fixed cost will change. Eg: rent - lets say 5 friends are staying in a room for Rs.20K - fixed cost is 20 K so share of rent per friend rent is 4K. ( 20K / 5 friends) If 1 friend no longer stays and moves out the total fixed cost does not change from 20K but per friend fixed cost increases from 4K to 5K ( 20K / 4 friends)


Sriram Somayajula

Sriram Somayajula

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22-Sep-20 12:05

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Prasanth kumar Kamisetty

This is average fixed cost

Average fixed costs = total fixed costs/ no of units.


Suraj Lakhotia

Suraj Lakhotia

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23-Sep-20 11:36

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Average fixed costs = total fixed costs/ no of units.

I'm saying the same thing that the example sir gave is about average fixed costs


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Prasanth kumar Kamisetty

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23-Sep-20 13:27

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