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C) the quantity of a good on the vertical axis and its price on the horizontal axis. D) the quantity of a good on the horizontal axis and its price on the vertical axis. Answer: D
Which of the following shifts the supply curve for gasoline rightward?
Which of the following shifts the supply curve rightward?
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