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What can a decision-making grid do? a. tell you the right course of action b. show you every possible consequence of your decision c. help you determine some of the opportunity costs for your decision d. show you every possible benefit of your decision
Weegy: What can a decision-making grid do? c. help you determine some of the opportunity costs for your decision (More)
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One example of thinking at the margin is a. determining whether it is better to spend your savings on a new CD player or on a television. b. deciding whether the benefit of working two extra hours per day is worth the sacrifice of study time. c. putting all of your money in a savings account because the interest rates are so high. d. deciding to buy a car you don’t really like because it is significantly less expensive than the one you want.
Weegy: One example of thinking of the margin is B. deciding whether the benefit of working two extra hours per day is worth the sacrifice of study time. User: When you are thinking on the margin, the factor that should most influence your decision is most closely described by which of the following terms _________ a. marginal cost b. opportunity cost c. the “guns or butter” theory d. marginal opportunity benefits Weegy: When you are thinking on the margin, the factor that should most influence your decision is most closely described by- a. Marginal cost. (More)
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What can a decision-making grid do? a. tell you the right course of action b. show you every possible consequence of your decision c. help you determine some of the opportunity costs for your decision d. show you every possible benefit of your decision
Weegy: A decision-making grid can: C. help you determine some of the opportunity costs for your decision. User: The opportunity cost of a decision can be examined by using a a. production possibilities graph. c. global trade-off grid. b. factors of production chart. d. graph of increasing costs. Weegy: The opportunity cost of a decision can be examined by using a: A. production possibilities graph. (More)
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What is the function of an economic system? a. to make sure all people have equal access to goods b. to produce and distribute goods and services c. to give all producers the same access to consumers d. to make sure people are paid for their labor
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The function of an economic system is : b. to produce and distribute goods and services.
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