In the context of a feasibility study describe one cost, benefit and any social effects?

This is for my homework, my teacher won't help me and none of my friends understand it either!
Asked Oct 01, 2012
A feasibility study looks at the positive and negative sides to a proposal. For example, suppose your school's has twice as many students as it was designed for and someone proposes to build a new building. Costs would be buying the land, building the building, furnishing it, and paying more teachers. The benefit would be that students would get a better education due to there being only half as many in the classroom. The social effects would be that friends would be separated, a new rivalry would begin between the schools, some students would have to travel farther to school, some would be closer and Facebook wouldn't work on the new school computers either. :-)
Answered Oct 01, 2012

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