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Q: In comparing a perfect market to an imperfect market, would you except prices of goods and services to be lower or higher in the imperfect market?
A: higher . because people cannot negotiate well for priices so sellers decide the price, therefore, its higher
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User: In comparing a perfect market to an imperfect market, would you except prices of goods and services to be lower or higher in the imperfect market?

Weegy: higher . because people cannot negotiate well for priices so sellers decide the price, therefore, its higher
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