Under hill cost pricing, price is determined -

A. by adding a margin to the average cost
B. by comparing marginal cost and marginal revem
C. by adding normal profit to the marginal cost
D. by the total al cost of production
Answer» A. by adding a margin to the average cost
Explanation: Full cost pricing is a practice where the price of a product is calculated by a firm on the basis of its direct costs per unit of output plus a markup to cover overhead costs and profits. Having worked out what averagetotal cost would be if the level of output expected for the next period of time were actually achieved, firms add to this a 'satisfactory' profit margin. This is known as 'full-cost' pricing. The price is equal to 'full' cost, including an acceptable profit.
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