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Emma was swimming 50-meter​ laps at her community pool, and despite being tired, decided to swim 2 additional 50-meter laps.

Based on her actions, economists would conclude that Emma

A

must really like swimming.

B

decided that the marginal benefit of swimming the extra laps would outweigh the cost of the additional laps.

C

decided that the marginal cost of swimming the extra laps would outweigh the benefit of the additional laps.

D

decided that the marginal cost and benefit would be equal, so she should swim the additional laps..

E

must not have been that tired, so no marginal analysis was needed since the marginal cost of the extra laps was very low.

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