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Which of the following is an effect of the government instituting a price ceiling of $2.00 a gallon on gasoline? a. quantity demanded will be more than the quantity supplied. c. quantity supplied
will be more than quantity demanded. b. quantity demanded will remain the same. d. quantity supplied will remain the same. Please select the best answer from the choices provided
a. quantity demanded will be more than the quantity supplied.
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