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Q: 1. Demand for a good will always rise when       A. the price of a complementary good falls.     B.   the price of a substitute good falls.       C. tastes change.       D. incomes
decrease.       E. the price of the good falls.
A: Demand for a good will always rise when the price of the good falls.
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