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Question: 25/60 Volume Solved Papers VSP (1-5) Economics If the marginal product of labor is less than the average product of labor, then the marginal product must be increasing. the average product must be increasing. the marginal product must be decreasing. the average product must be decreasing View Solution Prev Question
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    When the marginal product of labour curve is lower than the average product of labour curve, i.e., the MPL < APL, the average product of labour will tend to fall since the marginal...
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