What is the difference between marginal cost and marginal revenue?
O Marginal cost is the money earned from selling one more unit of a good. Marginal revenue is the money paid for
producing one more unit of a good.
O Marginal cost is the money paid for producing one more unit of a good. Marginal revenue is the money earned
from selling one more unit of a good.
O Marginal cost is the money a producer might make from one more unit. Marginal revenue is the money a producer
actually makes from one more unit.
Marginal cost is the money a producer actually makes from one more unit. Marginal revenue is the money a
producer might make from one more unit.

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