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if a business firm operates indefinitely without covering any of its sunk costs,what happens to these costs?
A.they continue unpaid for as long as the firm fails to make a profit large enough to cover them
B.nothing happens to them;they have cease to exist
C.they reduce the wealth of the investors who risked their wealth to make mistaken decisions possible
D.they are distributed across the whole economy

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