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1) A large number of sellers all selling an identical product implies which of the following? A) vertical market supply curves B) horizontal market supply curves C) market chaos D) large losses by all sellers E) the inability of any seller to change the price of the product 2) Firms in a perfectly competitive market: A) try to attract customers away from their competitors. B) usually have large advertising budgets. C) sell homogeneous products. D) sell a differentiated product. 3) A price taker is a buyer or a seller who: A) takes the market price as given. B) buys or sells only at a price where profits can be made. C) accepts whatever price that the government...

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