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Introduction  Cost Analysis for an Orange Juice Production Firm
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Question1(a)
Harvesting labour cost 
Harvesting fuel cost 
FactoíyLabouí cost 
ElectíicalPoweí cost 
Repaiís& Maintenance 
Bottling cost 
Fíeight cost 

Ha 
$/lite 
$/litíe 
$/litíe 
$/litíe 
$/litíe 
$/litíe 
$/litíe 

100 
0.04 
0.02 
0.04 
0.13 
0.5 
0.14 
1 

150 
0.031 
0.016 
0.031 
0.101 
0.39 
0.109 
0.78 

200 
0.023 
0.012 
0.023 
0.076 
0.293 
0.082 
0.585 

250 
0.025 
0.013 
0.025 
0.081 
0.313 
0.088 
0.626 

300 
0.028 
0.014 
0.028 
0.09 
0.344 
0.096 
0.689 

350 
0.029 
0.015 
0.029 
0.096 
0.368 
0.103 
0.737 

400 
0.04 
0.02 
0.04 
0.125 
0.475 
0.133 
0.95 

450 
0.05 
0.025 
0.05 
0.163 
0.629 
0.176 
1.258 

500 
0.075 
0.038 
0.075 
0.245 
0.943 
0.264 
1.886 

550 
0.151 
0.075 
0.151 
0.49 
1.886 
0.528 
3.773 

270.8333333 
Analysis
The total cost calculated where total trees are 271 where the harvesting labour cost was 0.04 for 100, 0.031 for 150 and also 0.023 for 250 (Geromel et al, 2021). This is the actual cost that is calculated for harvesting labour cost and harvesting the fuel cost. The electrical power and the maintained power are also provided. The fruit yield is 0.151 with a total output of 0.49 in a large basis.
Question1(b)
Total fixed cost 

Ha 
270 
unit 
27 
Total unit cost 
10 
Table 2: Fixed cost
(Source: selfcreated)
Total variable cost 

Quantity of output 
10 
variable cost per unit 
270 
total 
2700 
Table 3: Variable cost
Analysis
The total fixed cost is determined to be
total cost 

total cost of production 
480000 
quantity of units 
48 
total 
10000 
Table 4: Total cost
Average fixed cost 

Ha 
270 
unit 
27 
total fixed cost 
10 
Average 
0.37037 
Table 5: Average fixed cost
Average variable cost 

quantity of output 
10 
variable cost per unit 
270 
total variable cost 
2700 
Average 
10 
Table 6: Average variable cost
total cost 

total cost of production 
480000 
quantity of units 
48 
total 
10000 
Average 
208.3333 
Table 7: Average total cost
Average marginal cost 

total cost of production 
20000 
quantity of units 
45 
total 
444.4444 
Average 
9.876543 
Table 8: Average marginal cost
Question2(a)
The fixed cost is determined to be 270 for Ha and the unit produced is 27. Total unit produced for the company was 10. The variable cost generated for the company where the quantity produced is 10 and variable cost per unit is 270.
The total variable cot produced is 2700 (Vanderpoelet al, 2021). On the other hand, the total cost of production is analyzed as 4800000 were the total quantity produced was 48. The total cost derived from there is 10000.
Question2(b)
On the above table it has been noticed that the total fixed is 10. Therefore, the then average of the fixed cost is 0.370. On the above table it has been noticed that the total marginal cost is 444. Therefore, the then average of the fixed cost is 9.87.
On the above table it has been noticed that the total variable cost is 10. Therefore, the then average of the fixed cost is contained with the amount of 10
Question3 (a)
The curve of the marginal cost is in a U shape because the firm initially increases the total output of the business. Therefore, the firm will increase the total amount of cost and the variable cost (COSTet al, 2021). Therefore, this rate starts as a diminishing method. Therefore, the firm's output is rising in future and the total rate of marginal cost is increasing. Therefore, in the U shape, it has been noticed that the fixed cost and the marginal cost are rising. Therefore, the output has been increasing the fixed cost and it will thoroughly spread over the larger no of production units. Although, the average cost is falling accordingly downwards. Therefore, the total quantity of the fixed cost of the oranges just is about 1 liter and the marginal cost is around 10 liters.
Question3 (b)
The business will produce around 10000 liters of orange juice in the firm. Therefore, the firm on average produces around 208 liters of orange during the whole year. Because the marginal cost aerate of the firm is high during the sale of the orange juice. The profitmaximizing will create maximum gap between the the total amount of cash and total revenue. Therefore, the output has been increasing the fixed cost and it will thoroughly spread over the larger no of production units. Therefore, this will happen when the marginal revenue is equal to the marginal cost MR=MC
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