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Any straight line supply which cuts the x-axis will have:

A. Zero elasticity

B. An elasticity greater than one

C. Unitary elasticity of supply

D. An elasticity less than one

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  4. In non-collusive oligopoly firms enter into:
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  20. If regardless of changes in its price, the quantity demanded of a commodity remains unchanged, then…
  21. Under monopolistic competition, in long-run there is:
  22. The short-run periods in monopolistic competition are:
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  25. In monopolistic competition, the firms have to face:
  26. In the long run:
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