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Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
Which can you afford
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  • 1. Which Can You Afford? Why?
  • 2. This car, LEXUS LS09? http://www.lexus.com/models/LS/features/pricing.html
  • 3. This car, LEXUS LS 09? http://www.lexus.com/models/allModels/#
  • 4. This car, FORD TAURUS 2010? http://www.fordvehicles.com/cars/taurus/
  • 5. This car, FORD FIESTA 2010? http://www.ford.com/vehicles/auto-shows
  • 6. This HD motorcycle?
  • 7. This bike?
  • 8. Or this bus?
  • 9. This castle?
  • 10. This house?
  • 11. Or this house?
  • 12. What is the problem?
    • The problem is called SCARCITY, which is the basis for the subject of Economics.
    • What is scarcity?
    • We do not have enough resources.
      • In this case, resources mean $$$$.
    • By studying Economics we know how to deal with the scarcity problem.

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