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An example of an opportunity cost is

A. buying a dress at a sale price instead of paying the original price.
B. using coupons when food shopping.
C. buying concert tickets instead of buying a textbook for a course.
D. using a credit card when making a large purchase.
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C. buying concert tickets instead of buying a textbook for a course
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