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The fact that we cannot have everything we want is caused by scarcity benefits trade-offs demand

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  1. Rag433 Group Title
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    Tradeoffs

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  2. brain-wreck97 Group Title
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    I believe its scarcity

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  3. Rag433 Group Title
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    Usually you can only have one thing when you want two... that would be an example of a tradeoff.

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    oh dang, is it trade-offs

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  5. brain-wreck97 Group Title
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    oh okay, good answer i was wrong:), not cool

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  6. School_Island_sad_face Group Title
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    Actually I think it is scarcity... I just looked back....

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  7. School_Island_sad_face Group Title
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    Trade offs don't cause us not being able to have everything we want, it's the act, so.... Yeah. lol

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    Lol, cuses... foiled again by my lack of attention in Econ... good job!

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  9. School_Island_sad_face Group Title
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    Haha! nice one.

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    Yeah, I'm right in something that I hate (life accomplished) that was awesome

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  11. School_Island_sad_face Group Title
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    Indeed it was.

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  12. Rag433 Group Title
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    Brain-wreck... I'll leave the Econ questions to you ;)

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  13. School_Island_sad_face Group Title
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    Haha

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  14. brain-wreck97 Group Title
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    oh no, its by luck i even know or remember that question, u can help at anytime;) Rag

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