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  • one year ago

WHAT IS THE OPPURUNITY COSTS OF BIENG ON THE PHONE?

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    Opportunity cost refers to what you have to give up to buy what you want in terms of other goods or services. When economists use the word "cost," we usually mean opportunity cost. The word "cost" is commonly used in daily speech or in the news. For example, "cost" may refer to many possible ways of evaluating the costs of buying something or using a service. Friends or newscasters often say "It cost me $150 to buy the iPhone I wanted."

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