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I watched the lecture related to this topic and while you did the example question and got the total cost equation as TC= 32500 + 75x.
This equation gives the total cost for the highest and lowest level of activity. However, when I use this equation to find the total cost of another activity level, say for example 400 units, the answer I get does not match to the cost given in the question
For 400 units, in the question, the cost is 65,000. But when I insert this into the equation,
32500+(400×75) = 62,500. Can you please explain?
Thanks in advance
Oh dear, I only watched part of the video. Sorry, I got it now
I am pleased you have now got it 🙂