Vysakh is selling samosas. He already sold 250 samosas. His decision on whether or not to sell the 251st samosa is based on the ___
MC of the 251st samosa
TC of the 251 samosas
ATC of 251 samosas
AVC of 251 samosas
On taking any economic decisions, only the marginal quantities are important. In this case, the relevant decision variable is the marginal quantity of the 251st samosa.
Vysakh sells 200 samosas at Rs 20 per samosa. His total revenue is ___
Vysakh set up a samosa stand. His fixed cost is Rs 1500. His average variable cost is Rs 10/samosa. If he sells 200 samosas at Rs 20, what is his profit?
Guests at a conference ate a total of fifteen chicken samosas. Each guest who was neither a student nor a vegetarian ate exactly one chicken samosa. No chicken samosa was eaten by any guest who was a student, a vegetarian, or both. If half of the guests were vegetarians, how many guests attended the conference?
(1) The vegetarians attended the conference at a rate of 2 students to every 3 non-students, half the rate for non-vegetarians.
(2) 30% of the guests were vegetarian non-students.
How much do 200 ml of Mango lassi (Rs 60 per litre) and three and a half samosas (Rs 5 each) cost?