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Marginal or incremental cost of capital is cost of the additional capital raised in a given period

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The marginal cost of capital (MCC) is the cost of the last dollar of capital raised, essentially the cost of another unit of capital raised. As more capital is raised, the marginal cost of capital rises.

schedules of weighted marginal cost of capital

Marginal revenue/margina utility return from capital represents the benefit of capital. When determining the optimal amount of capital, we must take into account the point when marginal benefit = marginal cost. This optimises profit/utility.

Take the first-order derivative of the cost of capital function.

Weighted average cost of capital includes cost of debt and cost of equity. Thus irrespective of existing proportion of debt and equity, the marginal cost is always applicable.

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Using a hurdle rate can help take the emotion out of defining capital value. This is the advantage of using the marginal cost of capital as the hurdle rate.

because of deprecation

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There is marginal cost and there is average cost but a marginal average cost makes no sense.

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Marginal cost is total cost/quantity Marginal benefit is total benefit/quantity

Depending on the capital: i.e. Let's say the capital is a product of your firm such as hammers. To determine the marginal cost, you have to figure out how much it costs to produce 1 unit (or hammer). To determine this, you divide the Total Cost (which is the sum of Total fixed Costs and Total variable costs) by the quantity of units that you are producing. Therefore, if your total cost equals $1000, and you produce 50 hammers, then your marginal cost is $20 because it costed you $20 per hammer.

Variable cost refers to the TOTAL variable cost of all units, whereas marginal cost is the variable cost of the last unit only. Variable cost is the sum of all the individual marginal costs. The derivative of the Variable Cost is the Marginal Cost. The integral of the Marginal cost is the Variable Cost.

The main difference between standard cost and marginal cost is that in standard cost a target is set and in marginal cost there is no target set. Marginal cost is the change of the total cost due to the quantity produced.

when marginal benefit is equal to marginal cost To be more specific: When the marginal damage cost of polluting is equal to the marginal abatement cost of polluting (or the marginal benefit of polluting, which is equivalent to the MAC)

marginal cost influences the buyer of the house. If the marginal benefit surpasses or even equal with the marginal cost, the buyer normally decides to buy the house.

marginal cost is extra cost to produce one extra unit

Find the integral of the marginal cost.

Marginal net benefits= Marginal benefit- Marginal cost

relation ship between average cost and marginal cost

Marginal Cost = Marginal Revenue, or the derivative of the Total Revenue, which is price x quantity.

A monopolist will set production at a level where marginal cost is equal to marginal revenue.

MEC is the highest rate of return expected from an additional unit of capital stock over its cost. MEI is the expected rate of return from one additional unit of investmeni.

WACC is the total average cost of capital to company which is calculated by taking into account the weights of all type of capital existed at a particular date in the capital structure of the company (Equity, Debt, bonds, debentures etc). while the MCC is the incremental cost of capital which comes into existence when fresh capital is raised. It will depend on the type of capital raised, its weight and its cost.