In this article we will discuss about Relationship between Total Revenue, Average Revenue and Marginal Revenue.
Total revenue means the total income received from the selling of different goods and different prices.
TR = AR x Q
According to Clower and Due, “it is a product planned sales and expected selling price”.
Average revenue refers to the revenue obtained by the seller by selling of commodity per unit.
AR = TR
According to MC Doonell, “Average revenue is the per unit revenue received from the sale of one unit of a commodity”.
Marginal revenue refers to the net revenue received from the sales of additional unit of commodity.
MR = ∆TR/∆Q
According to Ferguson, “Marginal revenue is the change in total revenue which results from the sale of one more or one less unit of output.”
According to A. Koutsoyiannis, “The marginal revenue is the change in total revenue resulting from selling an additional unit of the commodity.”
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Relationship between Total revenue, Average Revenue and Marginal Revenue.
In relationship between Total, Average and Marginal revenue we have to draw a table through which we explain their relationship are :
this table shows when AR is 10 TR and MR is also 10, When AR started decline From 10 to 9 TR started increases from 10 to 18, MR started decline to 8. When AR is 8 , TR is 24 and MR is 6.When AR is 5 , TR is 30 and MR is o and after that TR started decline and Marginal revenue goes to negative.
- When TR started increases AR and MR started decline. According to diagram when TR started increasing from 10 to 30 AR and MR started decline.
- When TR is Constant AR is decline but MR is zero. According to the diagram when TR is at constant rate 30 AR started decline and MR is 0.
- When TR started decline MR goes to negative. According to diagram when TR stared decline 30 to 10 , AR is decline and MR goes to negative.
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