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You should quote directly from the book you're citing, because I think you might be mis-reading it. At the Econ101 level, there are two important frames for thinking about fixed costs: one is that in the long run, the contribution of fixed costs to average cost falls to zero. You can see this in the standard textbook graph, which will typically look ...


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