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Fixed and Variable Costs

Fixed and Variable Costs

Fixed costs remain for a business even where no output is produced. Examples here are costs required to keep the business operational such as a factory or the wages of office staff.

Variable costs are costs that increase as output increases, examples being costs that are directly related to the output being produced.

This shows a diagram showing how the costs move as output changes.

What are fixed and variable costs?

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