There was a School Text Book that used Buying Sneakers as a Problem


If you make something relevant enough for people to understand, they’d get it immediately and here’s a perfect example.

Straight out of his school’s economy class text book, A Reddit user shared a page that talked about “Incurring Oportunity Costs”. The problem asks,”Would you choose the most expensive shoes or the least expensive shoes? How would this decision affect other decisions?”. Back then, it would’ve obviously been the least expensive shoe. But now, it’s totally the other way around.
Can you imagine? how many of us would pass this class if more problems like these were made for us to understand. That’s pretty sick. Check out the OG sneakers on the wall and in hand!




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