flat cost meaning
The cost of materials and labor without overhead or profit.
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- UAL executives attributed the gains to a combination of flat costs and higher revenues.
- Rent of a three-room flat cost 7s per week in 1908, or a four-room flat 8s per week.
- Those savings deposits translate to 10, 000 yuan a household-- and a car or twin-bedroom urban flat cost about ten times that amount.
- The diameter of the Pfund flat is generally larger than the focusing paraboloid, and is a design trade between fully illuminated field of view coverage and flat cost and weight.
- However, flat costs in manufacturing, like the cost of the transformer or enclosure, scaled favorably with size, and meant that larger devices were inherently less expensive in terms of price per watt.