Marginal profit

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In microeconomics, marginal profit is the difference between the marginal revenue and the marginal cost. Under the marginal approach to profit maximization, to maximize profits, a firm should continue to produce a good or service up to the point where marginal profit is zero.

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