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Latasha can read 30 pages of economics in an hour. She can also read 20 pages of sociology in an hour. She spends 4 hours per day studying.  Her opportunity cost of reading 10 pages of sociology is  pages of economics.  Her opportunity cost of reading 18 pages of economics is  pages of sociology.  Enter whole numbers.

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