Marginal Utility

Watch this video about marginal utility. Make sure that you understand that marginal utility is a concept in economics that is used to explain and measure the satisfaction that consumers get when consuming something. For example, if you consume a soda, we assume in economics that you get some sort of satisfaction, your "utility", and marginal utility will be the additional satisfaction that you get from consuming an additional soda.

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