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___________ is the government-regulated distribution of a good that is in low supply. A. Surplus B. Shortage C. Rationing D. Price floor
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User: ___________ is the government-regulated distribution of a good that is in low supply. A. Surplus B. Shortage C. Rationing D. Price floor

Weegy: Rationing is the government-regulated distribution of a good that is in low supply.
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User: A _________ happens when the quantity supplied is more than the quantity demanded and often leads to a drop in prices. A. surplus B. shortage C. price floor D. price ceiling

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A surplus happens when the quantity supplied is more than the quantity demanded and often leads to a drop in prices.
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