everyone. Today we're answering problem number 20 from chapter 11 at the textbook which asks us if public utilities are natural are natural, not these. What would be the danger? And you? Well, there is a huge danger, and I hope you all will notice it. Well, the first thing is, if they were not so monopolies. We know that with natural monopolies, one of the biggest issues is high fixed costs. I hope you'll see where I'm going with this. But if there's already high fixed costs and then you're gonna deregulate it, who knows what you're very low cost is going to be right. Yeah, that could be God. So there's jacked up. Fixed costs, higher fixed costs and deregulation. More volatility. Possibly Morris. So, um, increased fixed costs, already fixed costs and burial costs, makeup, total coughs. We're gonna be adding, Do you regulation who? That could be very, very possibly with. So remember, high fixed costs are always with natural monopolies. Which is why you wouldn't want to make quality to these natural monopolies. And then you're gonna hate it. That's just a no, no, um, way too much. I'm just gonna put, like, $5 signs here. So you got the idea. We're basically just too costly is in you to produce electrical water pipe for every single person that's your face falls who that's expensive. And then who knows what your variable costs are gonna be with deregulation? Too much money. So that's basically your answer. $5 signs. It's too costly if you guys enjoy the state explanation, please with, like one next to it. I hope you all have a nice day. And thanks for union.