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What Happens to the Difference Between Total Cost and Total Variable Cost as Output is Increased? - Economics

What happens to the difference between Total Cost and Total Variable Cost as output is increased?

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Solution

Total cost (TC) is the sum of total fixed cost (TFC) and total variable cost (TVC) corresponding to a given level of output. Hence, the difference between the TC and TVC is TFC. This fixed cost is a must to receive the services of the fixed factors of production. These factors of production remain constant because it does not vary in the short run. Hence, the TC and TVC remain constant even though there is an increase in the production level.

Concept: Cost - Total Cost
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