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Suppose that you close down your coffee shop and sell your coffee maker for $500. If you...

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Suppose that you close down your coffee shop and sell your coffee maker for $500. If you originally bought the coffee maker for $4,000 and it lost $1,000 because of depreciation (i.e., age and use), the sunk cost of the coffee maker is:

A. $3, 500.

B. $3,000.

C. $2,500.

D. $1,500.

Sunk Cost:

A sunk cost is defined as the cost that has been incurred by the firm and cannot be recovered. A sunk cost is not considered while making future business decisions.

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Sunk costs refer to incurred costs that can no longer be recovered. Learn more about the definition of sunk costs and explore examples of sunk costs in businesses.


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