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sheilamturner

  • one year ago

How to calculate the opportunity cost?

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  1. order
    • one year ago
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    Opportunity cost is the second best alternative we forego when making a choice. If you have 2 options, with a worth on each, e.g. Chicken = 2 Fish = 4 and you forego chicken, you divide 4 by 2 = 2 ... however, if there is no value on such items, then you cannot calculate it. Look more at comparative advantage.

  2. Jeniled
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    http://new.ipfw.edu/dotAsset/142427.pdf Hope this site helps you

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