Example of an explicit cost

Which of the given below is an example of the explicit cost? (i) The owner’s time. (ii) Depreciation on company owned truck. (iii) The interest which could be earned when some of the owner’s funds was not tied up in business. (iv) Salaries paid to the employees.

Can someone please help me in finding out the accurate answer from the above options.

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