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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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Similar to the average cost results, in all four industries, the firm-specific output distributions overlapped.
Systems with a high MIPS rating enter the high-price group due to their actual performance, and will tend to have a lower average cost per MIPS than systems that entered the high-price group due to their high error term e.sub.n.
For example, Sun Life estimate that these are the average costs for funeral extras: ?
The average cost of renting one square meter of comfortable housing in Kazakhstan last month was 1,329 tenge (an increase of 1.1 percent and an increase of 3.8 percent, respectively).
According to the report, the average cost of a mobile phone service is calculated according to the prepaid price for 30 calls per month via the same mobile network, other mobile networks, and land-line networks during peak hours, other times, and weekends, in addition to 100 text messages.
The World Bank indicated that the average cost of sending $500 in remittances from the United States through commercial banks to Lebanon was 8 percent in the third quarter of 2014, whereas the average cost through MTOs was only 3.69 percent.
The main finding is that the average cost of the 60 targeted products has decreased by 1.5% from Rs 6,179 in October to Rs.
A study by Easyroom mate.co.uk found the Welsh capital is the fourth best place in Britain for flatsharing when the average cost of renting a shared property is compared to the typical salary of a resident.
The average cost of a home in Yorkshire and Humber soared by 130% during the noughties, jumping from pounds 55,574 in 1999 to pounds 127,852 at the end of last year, according to Halifax.
The group said the average cost of a home in all these areas was less than four times average earnings.
However, in their opinion, the average cost of bread was 4.31 pounds.
The rebates reflect the average cost of borrowings dedicated to LIBOR-based loans in their respective currencies from 1 July to 31 December 2008.