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Economists use graphs to analyze the choices and trade-offs that people make in a society. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F
Economists use graphs to analyze the choices and trade-offs that people make in a society. This is TRUE.
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User: What does a country’s production possibilities curves depend on?

User: What affects does increased technology have on the production possibilities curve?

User: What is a production possibilities frontier?

User: An underutilization of a country’s resources means what?

User: If a country uses up a good portion of its available resources what happens to its production possibilities curve?

User: With respect to a graph of a production possibilities curve, what does it mean to be at a point inside the production possibilities frontier?

User: What does the law of increasing costs explain?

User: What is growth?

User: A point that lies outside a country’s production possibilities curve means what?

User: Economists use graphs to analyze the choices and trade-offs that people make in a society. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

Weegy: Economists use graphs to analyze the choices and trade-offs that people make in a society. This is TRUE.
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