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A product that costs a large portion of an individual s income and is not required for survival is best described as? a. elastic b. inelastic c. unit elastic demand d. supply elastic
A product that costs a large portion of an individual s income and is not required for survival is best described as: elastic.
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A product that costs a large portion of an individual s income and is not required for survival is best described as: elastic.
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