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Q1. What is opportunity costs

The cost of anything is what you have to give up to get it. Economists call this 'opportunity cost'. It is the value of the next best alternative that must be forgone in order to engage in the action. We say that the cost of any action is measured in terms of forgone opportunities. When economists are considering costs, they are referring to opportunity costs and not simply money or explicit costs. These costs arise because choices are made, in the face of scarcity.

Q 2. What is microeconomics

Microeconomics is an examination of individual agents, buyers and sellers real or corporate engaging in the buying and selling of factors of production, goods services and or experiences in a market which in certain conditions and subject to different constraints and systems may produce the most efficient and satisfactory use of all the Globe's resources for mankind.

Q 3. Explain the law of demand

Law of demand states that the quantity of goods that a person demands will increase if the price of those goods decreases; and decrease if the price of the goods increases all other variables remaining constant. Exceptions: Snob, Speculative and Giffen goods. Demand= F (P, Pog, Y, Taste) ...

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