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The graph shows how many new schools and new roads a city could build using all of its factor resources. What does the current production possibilities curve show?
The graph shows how many new schools and new roads a city could build using all of its factor resources. What does the current production possibilities curve show?D. Double Line Graph is best to compare two sets of data over time. [ [ ] ]
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User: The graph shows how many new schools and new roads a city could build using all of its factor resources. What does the current production possibilities curve show?

Weegy: The graph shows how many new schools and new roads a city could build using all of its factor resources. What does the current production possibilities curve show?D. Double Line Graph is best to compare two sets of data over time. [ [ ] ]
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User: The graph shows how many new schools and new roads a city could build using all of its factor resources. What does the current production possibilities curve show? A. As the number of schools increases, so does the number of roads. B. As the number of schools increases, the number of roads decreases. C. As the number of schools decreases, so does the number of roads. D. The number of schools has no effect on the number of roads.

Weegy: he graph shows how many new schools and new roads a city could build using all of its factor resources. What does the current production possibilities curve show? D. The number of schools has no effect on the number of roads.
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