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Definition of Zeroth Law Of Thermodynamics. Temperature scales.

Lohit Kumar Yadav
IRSME. Graduated in Mechanical engineering. Secured AIR 1 in ESE 2017. Appeared for BARC, ISRO, IOCL, BPCL, BEL interviews.

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Now what are the things that you would require to start the production? Land: to make the factory upon Labour: to operate the machines Capital: the amount you invest in machines, raw materials, funds in factory... Entrepreneur - you are the entrepreneur who would arrange all these factors. Now, with those factors, you could easily start production. But wait.. Don't you have to pay them? Land - Rent to be paid for the owner of land you hired or the office building you occupy. Labour - got to pay the boys their wages and salaries, else they would leave you alone with your factory! Capital - interest on capital is desired on the amount you invested. Entrepreneur - hey, don't you want to take home the profits!? Now, all those expenses are part of factor payments, ie the payment you made for the contribution of different factors of production. The Sum of these factor payments is GDP at factor cost for you as a producer. When you add the GDP at FC contributed by all producers in a country, you get the real GDP FC of the country. Now factor cost is the sum of expenditure incurred by you to produce the goods. When u sell that good in the market, you got to pay the Taxes and you ought to get Subsidies from Govt. So these taxes and subsidies determine the Market Price. So, GDP at FC + Indirect Taxes - Subsidies = GDP at MP.
Kumar Lav
a year ago
nice buddy ... that was good
Ak
sir when u r launching machine design course please launch this course as soon as possible
After finishing Thermodynamics course
sir please take a batch on ssc je in which you cover all syllabus on unacademy plus. please sir