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average cost

The cost per unit of output, calculated as the cost, or benefit, of all units of output divided by the number of units.

average cost

Average benefit Managed care The cost per unit of output, calculated as the cost or benefit of all units of output divided by the number of units
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4 thousand square meters or an average cost of P7,517 per square meter.
Arkansas: $4,817 (total average cost of insurance per year)
Northern Ireland is the least expensive, with average costs put at PS6,453.
Average cost of an acupuncture treatment, according to the Society for Acupuncture Research: USD60 to USD100.
The 2009 estimated average cost for labor charges was $122 per apartment per month or $1,464 per apartment per year.
Department of Health and Human Services can carve out regions with higher rates and allow employers to use higher average cost figures in those regions, but the HHS secretary will not carve out any below-average-cost regions, officials write.
Of that group, the average increase in inventory was 21% and the average cost for carrying the inventory was reported at $688,000.
To arrive at a figure for the average cost of dispensing, the study looked at five factors:
The average cost per prescription is $28,000 to treat the 18,000 Americans suffering from hemophilia.
It found that the average cost of last year's feast for 10 people was $36.
With subsequent cost-of-living increases, Congress sought to provide 85 percent of the average cost of a new automobile, and later 80 percent.