Profit Maximization with Marginal Revenue Price and Costs

All profit-maximizing firms will hire further labor up to the point where is the: (w) average physical product of labor equals the nominal wage. (x) last unit of labor adds equally to total revenue and total cost. (y) marginal product of labor is at its maximum value. (z) value of output most greatly exceeds labor’s marginal resource cost.

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