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What concept is best explained by the statement, “Money spent here cannot be spent there”?* a. Significant purchases b. Law of diminishing return c. Opportunity cost d.
Delayed gratification
c. Opportunity cost
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User: What is the difference between gross pay and net pay?* a. Gross pay is before taxes, net pay is after taxes b. Gross pay is after taxes, net pay is before taxes c. There is no difference between the two d. The difference is determined primarily by your current tax bracket

User: In order to effectively manage your money, you need a:* a. Budget b. Online checking account c. Computer d. High paying job

User: What concept is best explained by the statement, “Money spent here cannot be spent there”?* a. Significant purchases b. Law of diminishing return c. Opportunity cost d. Delayed gratification

Weegy: c. Opportunity cost
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If you were looking for the beginning of a gene in a DNA sequence, you would look for the sequence that codes for the start codon, AUG. What is the DNA complement to the start codon? A. TAC B. ATG C. UAC D. AUG
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The DNA complement to the start codon AUG is C. UAC
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BlueUnicorn, when you add answer on archives, please make sure to add it on Answer Section, not on Comments. Also, please provide a source to back up your answers even on simple questions.
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Sorry about that, I wasn't looking which one of the buttons I was hitting below. I'll fix it right away. I'll see if I can provide a source somehow, but I actually found the answer in hard copy of a high school biology book.

Thanks for letting me know this, I'll be more careful next time. :)
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The DNA complement to the start codon AUG is C. UAC

(There should be something in these powerpoints from the Prentice Hall biology books, that shows the answer:
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