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    Marginal benefits and marginal costs

    A. Capture the way total benefits and total costs change as the amount of an activity changes just a little bit
    B. Are constant, regardless of the amount of an activity that is pursued
    C. Tend to increase as a decision maker does more of an activity
    D. Tend to increase as a decision maker does more of an activity

    The marginal benefit of an action

    A. Equals the additional benefit produced by extra units of X and tends to decrease as X increases
    B. Equals the additional benefit produced by the total units of X and tends to increase as X increases
    C. Equals the additional benefit produced by the total units of X and tends to decrease as X increases
    D. Equals the additional benefit produced by extra units of X and tends to increase as X increases

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    1. The correct answer is A.

    The main advantage of a marginal benefit and marginal cost analysis is that it shows the changes in the benefits and costs with varying degrees of activity. Management changes the ...

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    The solution provides the correct answers to multiple choice questions regarding marginal benefits and marginal costs. References are also provided.

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