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5 August, 11:34

Is most plainly visible when spending more money on one thing means that less money can be spent on anther thing?

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  1. 5 August, 12:53
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    I believe the answer is opportunity cost.

    Opportunity cost refers to a certain choice that we need to sacrifice in order to choose another choice.

    For example, you have $50 that you could use either on date with your girlfriend or to buy your favourite game. If you choose to use that money to go on a date with your girlfriend, the unability to buy the game is the opportunity cost for you.
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