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Why are opportunity costs relevant when making decisions?
Relevant costs are costs that differ between decisions. That is, you don't need to look at costs that won't change because they don't inform potential outcomes. For instance, when you go to buy a car, do you have to consider the cost of your rent? No. Why not? It doesn't change ...
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