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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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In Scotland, the average cost of moving home is PS8,098 and in Wales it is PS7,270, according to the research.
The average cost of filling a prescription is more than twice what such government programs as Medicaid pay in dispensing fees, a new study has found.
would result in lower Canadian average costs and prices, increased exports and nominal wages, and an increase in Canadian GNP of approximately 10.
In a pure information economy, that is, an economy where information is the only good produced and traded and transaction costs are zero, an increase in aggregate demand would bring both an increase of economic activity (measured by the volume of sales) and lower prices because of decreasing average costs and markup pricing.
Notwithstanding these rising costs, the average cost per workers' compensation claim in Wisconsin was among the lowest of the 13 states in the study, 38 percent lower than the median study state.
The average cost for a family of four to visit a U.
The WCRI study of 12 states, representing 50 percent of the nation's workers' compensation benefits paid, reported that the average cost of a workers' compensation claim in North Carolina was $2,373, 9 percent below the median of the study states.
The average cost per PPD claim in Georgia was $36,765 - the second highest among comparable study states (for 1997 claims evaluated in mid-2000).
Development of these enhancements will be a collaborative effort involving both firms, and will focus on establishing full multi-currency capabilities, average cost calculations, enhanced multi-language features and special support for Canadian presentation standards.
The average cost of monthly service in December in 25 major cities, across four typical usage levels (30, 150, 300 and 600 minutes), was $36.
In the San Francisco Bay Area, AT&T Wireless offered a $40 service credit and 1,250 bonus airtime minutes to help drop average costs in that market.
The system also carries the original vendor lot number, inventory quantities and weighted average costs, as well as the last inventory adjustment.