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If you have a small amount of something, it is best to consume more of it when its marginal. This principle is called the Marginal Principle. For instance, if one student has an A and a B in two classes, while another student has an A in two classes and a C in the third class, then the first student should spend more time on studying for their C-graded class than the second student should on their B-graded class because those grades are not as important to them.

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A person should consume more of something when it’s marginal. For instance, if one student has an A and a B in two classes, while another student has an A in two classes and a C in the third class, then the first student should spend more time on studying for their C-graded class than the second student should on their B-graded class because those grades are not as important to them. Putting Marginal Principle into Practice:

* If you have less money don’t buy snacks at all; instead go out with your friends.

* If you want to lose weight try eating salad every day

*If there isn’t enough soap leftover after everyone showers today save it for tomorrow morning.

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