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# Refer to Table 8.2, which gives a firm's production function.

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 Number of workers Units of output 0 0 1 25 2 55 3 95 4 125 5 150

Table 8.2

Refer to Table 8.2, which gives a firm's production function. Assume that all non-labor inputs are fixed. Diminishing returns set in with the addition of the:

▸ third worker.

▸ fourth worker.

▸ fifth worker.

▸ sixth worker.
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 Microeconomics: Principles, Applications, and Tools Edition: 8th Authors: O'Sullivan, Sheffrin, Perez
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 Number of workers Units of output 0 0 1 25 2 55 3 95 4 125 5 150

Table 8.2

Refer to Table 8.2, which gives a firm's production function. Assume that all non-labor inputs are fixed. The marginal product is maximized when the firm hires:

▸ 2 workers.

▸ 3 workers.

▸ 4 workers.

▸ 5 workers.
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 Number of workers Units of output 0 0 1 25 2 55 3 95 4 125 5 150

Table 8.2

Refer to Table 8.2, which gives a firm's production function. Assume that all non-labor inputs are fixed. The marginal product of the fifth worker is:

▸ 0 units.

▸ 10 units.

▸ 25 units.

▸ 30 units.
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 Number of workers Units of output 0 0 1 25 2 55 3 95 4 125 5 150

Table 8.2

Refer to Table 8.2, which gives a firm's production function. Assume that all non-labor inputs are fixed. The marginal product of the fourth worker is:

▸ 0 units.

▸ 10 units.

▸ 25 units.

▸ 30 units.
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