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We are going to call these the “external costs.” Because when we buy something, we’re not really just buying it. We’re also buying our own time, energy, and other resources.

The other costs are called internal costs. These can be classified as external, internal, or both. Your own time, energy, and other resources are mostly the resources that are external.

External is the most expensive. With external costs we are really just paying for the time, energy, and other resources that we use to buy the product. Internal is the next major cost. Internal costs tend to be more expensive because they are the resources that are actually used to produce the objects or services we buy. So the more the price of something is fixed, the more the internal cost is.

Total costs are often broken down into two parts: fixed costs and variable costs. Fixed costs are the external costs that are not variable. So for example, when you buy a car, the fixed cost is the cost of the brand name of the car. A second external cost is the additional cost of labor required to install your car. So the total cost of the car is the fixed cost plus the additional labor cost.

The idea is that if you buy a car, you can’t buy a car you can’t buy a car you can’t buy a car. So you have to pay a fixed cost for your car to be the same as the fixed cost of the car you bought earlier. This means the cost of an item can be varied in different ways depending on the item you purchased earlier.

An example of a fixed cost would be when you buy a new car. The cost of labor of installing the new car is the same as the value of the car. So the total cost of a new car is the fixed cost plus the additional labor cost. The cost of an item can be varied based on the item you purchased earlier.

When you buy a new car, you can get the cost of the car itself. The cost of the car itself is the fixed cost plus the additional cost of the car.

You can buy any other item, but the cost of the item itself is the fixed cost plus the additional cost of the item.

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