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Open it we can interpret the marginal cost curve as the lowest price sellers would accept for each quantity, which basically means the marginal cost curve is the supply curve of any competitive seller.
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3.10. Producer Surplus—Revenue minus Variable Cost atively, a producer should be willing to sell that unit for a price that is higher than its marginal cost because it would contribute something toward fixed cost and profit, and obviously the higher the price the better for the seller. Hence, <span>we can interpret the marginal cost curve as the lowest price sellers would accept for each quantity, which basically means the marginal cost curve is the supply curve of any competitive seller. The market supply curve is simply the aggregation of all sellers’ individual supply curves, as we showed in section 3.5.
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