6. The relationship between marginal product and marginal cost Lorenzo's Big Burger is a small restaurant that sells hamburgers. For Lorenzo, grills are a fixed input and workers are variable inputs. Assume that labor is Lorenzo's only variable cost. Lorenzo has a fixed cost of $50 per day and pays each of his workers$50 per day. Lorenzo's total product schedule and total cost at each level of labor are presented in the following table. Fill in the blanks to complete the Marginal Physical Product of Labor column for each worker and the Marginal Cost column at each level of labor. (Hint: Marginal cost is the change in total cost divided by the change in the quantity of output. You can calculate it here by dividing the increase in total cost from hiring one more worker by the marginal physical product from hiring one more worker.)