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## Iso-Cost Curves and Expansion Path (With Diagram)

The below mentioned article provides short notes on Iso-Cost Curves and Expansion Path. Having studied the nature of isoquants which represent the output possibilities of a firm from a given combination of two inputs, we pass on to the prices of the inputs as represented on the isoquant map by the iso-cost curves. These curves are also known as outlay [...]

By |2016-03-02T04:23:51+05:30March 2, 2016|Iso-Quant Curve|Comments Off on Iso-Cost Curves and Expansion Path (With Diagram)

## Iso-Quant Curve: Definitions, Assumptions and Properties

Iso-Quant Curve: Definitions, Assumptions and Properties! The term Iso-quant or Iso-product is composed of two words, Iso = equal, quant = quantity or product = output. Thus it means equal quantity or equal product. Different factors are needed to produce a good. These factors may be substituted for one another. A given quantity of output may be produced with different [...]

By |2015-08-10T17:49:34+05:30May 8, 2015|Iso-Quant Curve|Comments Off on Iso-Quant Curve: Definitions, Assumptions and Properties
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