Hailey owns a pizzeria, employs 10 workers, and pays them $17.50 per hour. She sells each pizza for $15.
If Hailey is maximizing profits, the value of the marginal product (VMP) for the last worker hired is $ . The last worker hired has a marginal product of pizzas.
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