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How does an increase in an excise tax on cars affect the supply of cars? A. More cars will be made. B. Fewer cars will be made. C. Supply will stay the same. D. Supply will increase.
How does an increase in an excise tax on cars affect the supply of cars? B. Fewer cars will be made.
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How does an increase in an excise tax on cars affect the supply of cars?
B. Fewer cars will be made.

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