One:Average production cost
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The average production cost (APC) is the average of all the production costs per marketplace transaction in the last 7 days.
To find out the Average Production Cost, APC, you need to add the Price/Units column and divide it by the number of types of goods sold on the market (in this example 8).
During a period of 7 days the following items were sold in the market.
|Item Sold in Last 7 Days||Price||Units*||Price/Units|
|Q1 Food||0.42 BRL||1||0.42 BRL|
|Q5 Food||3.40 BRL||1||3.40 BRL|
|Q4 House||351.00 BRL||200||1.76 BRL|
|Q2 Gift||1.00 BRL||2||0.50 BRL|
|Q1 Moving||10.00 BRL||10||1.00 BRL|
|Q5 Weapons||70.00 BRL||5||14.00 BRL|
|Q4 House||360.00 BRL||200||1.80 BRL|
|Q5 Defense System||4500.00 BRL||2000||2.25 BRL|
* See Productivity Points (PP)
Add up the price per units : 0.42 + 3.40 + 1.76 + 0.50 + 1.00 + 14.00 + 1.80 + 2.25 = 25.13
Divide the total by number of types of goods on the market= 25.13/8 = 3.14125
So the APC for the example above is 3.14 BRL.