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Unformatted text preview: c. scarcity → choices → opportunity cost d. scarcity → opportunity cost → choices Question 3 1 points Save In the Super Bowl, the Steelers can run 50 running plays (with 0 passing plays), 60 passing plays (with 0 running plays), or some combination thereof. In this case, what is the opportunity cost of a passing play? a. 50 running plays b. 60 passing plays c. 5/6 running plays d. 6/5 running plays Question 4 1 points Save In reference to the previous problem, what is the opportunity cost of a running play? a. 50 running plays b. 60 passing plays c. 5/6 passing play d. 6/5 passing play Question 1 points Save 5 If the Steelers want to run 10 running plays, they will be able to run ____ passing plays? a. 60 - 50/6 = 51 2/3 b. 60 - 60/5 = 48 c. 50 d. 60...
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- Spring '07
- Economics, Pittsburgh Steelers, Super Bowl, a. b. c., Steelers