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Q: In economics, the cost of something is __________. A. what you give up to get it B. always measured in units of time given up to get it C. the dollar amount of obtaining it D. often
impossible to quantify, even in principle
A: A. what you give up to get it . In economics, the cost of something is what you give up to get it
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User: The major reporting standard for management accounts is __________. A. relevance to decisions B. the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 C. the Standards of Ethical Conduct for Practitioners of Management Accounting and Financial Management D. generally accepted accounting principles

User: In economics, the cost of something is __________. A. what you give up to get it B. always measured in units of time given up to get it C. the dollar amount of obtaining it D. often impossible to quantify, even in principle





Weegy: A. what you give up to get it . In economics, the cost of something is what you give up to get it
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User: Which of the following would be most likely to contribute to the breakdown of a cartel in a natural resource (e.g., bauxite) market? A. High compatibility of member interests B. Low price elasticity of demand C. High prices D. Unequal member ownership of the natural resource

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Institutions in the economy that help to match one person's saving with another person's investment are collectively called the __________. A. financial system B. monetary system C. Federal Reserve system D. banking system
Weegy: D. banking system User: For a college student who wishes to calculate the true costs of going to college, the costs of room and board __________. A. plus the cost of tuition, equals the opportunity cost of going to college B. usually exceed the opportunity cost of going to college C. should be counted in full, regardless of the costs of eating and sleeping elsewhere D. should be counted only to the extent that they are more expensive at college than elsewhere (More)
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For a college student who wishes to calculate the true costs of going to college, the costs of room and board: should be counted only to the extent that they are more expensive at college than elsewhere.

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Institutions in the economy that help to match one person's saving with another person's investment are collectively called the FINANCIAL SYSTEM.
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