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13 January, 06:13

A consumer's opportunity cost differs from a business's opportunity cost in that it is associated with?

A) an item not purchased

B) an output not produced

C) one factor of production only

D) the use of a decision-making grid

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  1. 13 January, 06:18
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    I thinks it a A) an item not purchased
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