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21. Product differentiation refers to: A. Features that make one product appear different from competing products in the same market. B. Different prices for the same product in a certain market.
22. Product differentiation occurs when:
23. Which of the following is an example of product
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3 24. Large cities typically have many drug stores, which offer different levels of service and product selection. The drug store market in big cities can best be classified as: A. A competitive market. B. Monopolistic competition. C. Oligopoly. D. Monopoly. 25. Perfect competition and monopolistic competition are best distinguished by: 26. A monopolistically competitive firm can raise its price somewhat without fear of great change in unit sales because: 27. A monopolistically competitive firm can raise its price somewhat without fear of great change in unit sales because of: A. Brand loyalty. 28. Brand loyalty usually makes the demand curve for a product: 29. Brand loyalty implies that consumers will: A. Always buy substitute goods when they are cheaper. B. Always buy substitute goods even when they are more expensive. C. Shun substitute goods even when they are cheaper. D. Shun substitute goods because they are not as high in quality.

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