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What is the opportunity cost (in dollars) to attend an hour-long econ lecture for A minimum-wage teenager in fall 2009?

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    What is the opportunity cost (in dollars) to attend an hour-long econ lecture for A $160,000 per year corporate executive who works 2,000 hours per year?

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    7.25

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    80

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