Illustrations of economic bads included

How can determine where would be illustrations of economic “bads” included. Please suggest me the accurate answer: (i) loud stereo systems,. (ii) beautiful sunsets caused through high levels of air pollution, (iii) golf courses built upon abandoned garbage dumps, (iv) video games which absorb so much time which you don’t study adequately and (v) air pollution which makes sunsets breathtakingly beautiful.

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