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Business, 18.10.2019 10:30, dorkygirl

Tammy just moved to an area that will soon get cold. she owns some sweaters, but she is not fond of them. she also does not own a coat at all. she has a yard sale and makes $75. she thinks about her priorities and decides to spend her money on a beautiful new sweater because she values good-looking clothes. what is the flaw in tammy's reasoning?
her actions are not consistent with her priorities.
her needs must be met before her wants.
her wants must be met before her needs.
her values are not consistent with her wants.

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