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6. The change in revenue from selling an additional unit of output.

7. MR=MC and TR>TVC

8.Here marginal revenue = \$10 is greater than marginal cost =\$9. Hence, the output will be expanded until equality attained.

9. Here again MR>MC. Output will be expanded.

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