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Marginal Analysis is An analytical technique that examines the extra costs and outcomes caused by producing and providing one extra unit of a resource. You walk into a fast food restaurant and you are faced with the choice of buying as much as you can now or buying one thing and comeback another time for something else. where as buying everything at once seems like a good idea because you get everything you want at once, but it only increases utility a little bit, after like two items you get sick of it and now you have a bunch of things that you dont want to eat because youre sick of em already. if you buy only one thing  at a time you will want to come back and buy other things and increase utility slowly but surely.

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