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Opportunity cost - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1071 words)
Opportunity cost is a term used in economics to mean the cost of something in terms of an opportunity forgone (and the benefits that could be received from that opportunity), or the most valuable forgone alternative.
In building the hospital, the city has forgone the opportunity to build a sporting center on that land, or a parking lot, or the ability to sell the land to reduce the city's debt, and so on.
Opportunity cost need not be assessed in monetary terms, but rather can be assessed in terms of anything that is of value to the person or persons doing the assessing.
Opportunity rover - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4709 words)
Opportunity (official designation: MER-B) is the second of the two rovers of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Mission.
Opportunity's total odometry as of sol 721 (February 2, 2006) was 6505 meters (4.04 miles).
Opportunity pointed its cameras towards the sky and observed transits of Phobos and transits of Deimos across the Sun.
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