The Law of Diminishing returns

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what is diminishing returns

diminishing returns is used to a point at which the level of profits or benefits gained is less than the amount of money or energy invested. Examples for diminishing returns is that it is the key to economics to which marginal returns take effect.

productivity of diminishing returns.

Well you have one Cook your reviews are bad but if you have lets say 10 cooks it gets crowded and packed to where which nothing gets done in the kitchen of the restaurant. But, if you have four cooks you will have the right number of people to work there and good reviews will com.
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