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An increase in the price of a good

A.increases the opportunity cost of consuming the good.
B. decreases the opportunity cost of conusming the good.
C. does not effect the oppurtunity cost of consuming the good.
D. increases the opportunity cost of other goods.

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    Do a little research, then take a shot. Hint: go with A

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