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The measure of the cost of a particular good in terms of what is given up to produce that good is called 1. a fixed cost. 2. a dollar cost. 3. a necessary cost. 4. an opportunity cost. 5. an
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The measure of the cost of a particular good in terms of what is given up to produce that good is called an opportunity [ cost. ]
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