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What happens to the supply curve when there is a decrease in production? a. Price will increase. c. Producers will produce more at each and every price. b. Price will decrease. d.
Consumers will increase purchases at each and every price.
a) price will increase happens to the supply curve when there is a decrease in production.
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User: A firm will produce a level of output at which marginal revenue is equal to: a. average revenue. c. marginal cost. b. fixed costs plus variable costs. d. average cost.

User: What happens to the supply curve when there is a decrease in production? a. Price will increase. c. Producers will produce more at each and every price. b. Price will decrease. d. Consumers will increase purchases at each and every price.

Weegy: a) price will increase happens to the supply curve when there is a decrease in production.
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