By Dr. David L. Debertin
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In this case, MPP is specifically linked to the amount of x that is used, as x appears in the first derivative. If this is the case, dy/dx will provide the exact MPP but will not be the same as the approximation calculated by )y/)x. 24]. 3). The second method inserts values for nitrogen application levels into the MPP function obtained by taking the derivative of the original production function. The values chosen are at the midpoints (20, 60, 100, 140 and 180 pounds of nitrogen per acre). 4, the results using the two methods are not the same.
15 in order to cover its cost. 0375 bushel of corn from the incremental pound of nitrogen. The difference between the level of nitrogen needed to maximize profits versus the amount needed to maximize output and total revenue does not appear to be very great. If nitrogen were free, there would be no difference at all. As the price of nitrogen increases, the level of nitrogen required to maximize profits is reduced. 00 per bushel. In general, the distinction between the point representing maximum profit and the point representing maximum revenue becomes more and more important as input prices increase.
1. The value of a must be positive if the input is to produce a positive quantity of output. The production function labeled C represents the law of diminishing returns throughout its range. Here each incremental unit of x produces less and less additional y. Thus each unit of x becomes less and less productive. 11 . 5. Both are exactly the same thing. For this production function, total product (TPP or y) will never decline. 13 y = axb, where a and b are positive numbers. However, here b must be less than 1 but greater than zero, if diminishing (marginal) returns are to hold.