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If a factor input is increased and all other factor inputs remain the same, what happens to the quantity supplied of this good at each and every price? a. it remains the same c. it increases b. it
decreases d. none of the above
If a factor input is increased and all other factor inputs remain the same, what happens to the quantity supplied of this good at each and every price. b. it decreases
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