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If the price of Pepsi Cola goes down, you would predict:

A. An increase in supply of coca cola

B. A decrease in supply of coca cola

C. An increase in demand for coca cola

D. A decrease in demand for coca cola

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  4. Utility means:
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  15. Human wants are:
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  17. The slope of an iso-quant represents:
  18. In monopolistic competition, the firms follow:
  19. The external economies of scale experienced by a firm include the:
  20. A typical demand curve cannot be:
  21. Supply of a commodity refers to:
  22. Which of the following oligopoly models is concerned with the maximization of joint profits?
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  24. A firms profit is equal to:
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  26. The right of individuals to control productive resources is known as:
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