What are indivisible expenses?

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asked Dec 15, 2020 in Other-Finance by Kmnopp (1,040 points)
What are indivisible expenses?

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answered Dec 29, 2020 by McCormik (6,010 points)
Indivisible Expenses are expenses that cannot be scaled down so that smaller output can be produced with lesser cost.

Indivisible inputs are those inputs which can not be scaled down so that smaller output can be produced with lesser cost.

Think of a railway.

Other meaning of Indivisible means Inseparable or not broken up as easily.

Indivisible means to be inseparable or not broken up easily.

Another word for Indivisible is Inseparable.

Some other words for indivisible are words such as unbreakable, permanent, inseparable, impenetrable, joined and Unified.

The meaning of the word indivisible is to be "unable to be divided or separated".

To be indivisible is to be unable to be divided by another number exactly without leaving a remainder.

Something indivisible cannot be broken up or divided and it's rock solid.

The most common use of the word indivisible is in the Pledge of Allegiance, where it is used to show how our country is united and can't be broken up.

But you can use the word indivisible for any group or organization that seems indestructible.

Some other words for indivisible are words such as unbreakable, permanent, inseparable, impenetrable, joined and Unified.

In Elementary School we used to say the Pledge of Allegiance and said the word Indivisible and at the time of saying the Pledge of Allegiance I never really knew what the word Indivisible meant.
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answered Sep 29 by Luton (1,260 points)

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