Marginal profit

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In microeconomics, marginal profit is the term used to refer to the difference between the marginal revenue and the marginal cost of producing one additional unit of output. Under the marginal approach to profit maximization, to maximize profits, a firm should continue to produce a good or service until marginal profit is zero.

Marginal profit is the difference between a firm's marginal revenue (MR) and marginal cost (MC)