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A decision is made at the margin when each alternative considers: A. a different trade-off than the others. B. where the most costly alternative will be. C. what the all or nothing alternative will be. D. cost and benefit ranked in progressive units.
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Which of the following people is an entrepreneur? A. a highly-paid singer B. a person who teaches courses at a college C. a highly-paid computer programmer D. a person who starts a cleaning supplies business
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The economic concept of guns or butter means that: A. a person can spend money on either sports equipment or food. B. a company must decide whether to manufacture guns or butter. C. a government must decide to produce more or less military or consumer goods. D. a government can buy unlimited military and civilian goods if it is rich enough.
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The economic concept of guns or butter means that:
a government must decide to produce more or less military or consumer goods.

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