# Economics

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Assume that Carol cleans Dawn's house weekly for \$80. Dawn would be willing to pay as much as \$100 weekly to have his house cleaned. Carolâ€™s opportunity cost is \$70.

If Carol cleans Dawn's house, the producer surplus is

1. \$80.

2. \$70.

3. \$100.

4. \$10.

5. None of the answers is correct.
Answer 5. Am i right? so confused

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