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The role of an assumption in an economic theory is to: (Points : 1) add realism. prove the theory. cover special cases. simplify the theory.
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User: The role of an assumption in an economic theory is to: (Points : 1) add realism. prove the theory. cover special cases. simplify the theory.





Weegy: The role of an assumption in an economic theory is to simplify the theory. people.westminstercollege.edu/.../TEST%20%231%20wi.
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User: What is an expression that best states the ideas of opportunity cost?

Weegy: "There is no such thing as a free lunch."best states the ideas of opportunity cost
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User: What is a role of an assumption in an economic theory is to do what?

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