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All of the following must exist for there to be demand EXCEPT? a. a necessity to buy a product. c. an ability to buy a product. b. producers to sell a product. d. a willingness to buy a product.
All of the following must exist for there to be demand EXCEPT? a. a necessity to buy a product.
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