Microeconomics
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You have this chart of combinations of clothing and food. You have to find the marginal opportunity cost and the total cost of producing the second unit of clothing. And then same for the third unit of clothing.
Clothing: 4 3 2 1 0
Food: o 7 13 18 22
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