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Q: When the market price of a good is below the equilibrium price, and all other determinants are unchanged:
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User: When the market price of a good is below the equilibrium price, and all other determinants are unchanged:

User: When the market price of a good is below the equilibrium price, and all other determinants are unchanged: A. the quantity demanded will exceed the quantity supplied. B. the supply curve will be to the right of the demand curve. C. a surplus will exist in the market. D. the government will regulate the price of the good to ensure equilibrium is attained.

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