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30.  Allocative inefficiency means:


A.    goods aren't

going to the consumers who value them the most.

B.    goods aren't being allocated at a low cost.

C.    firms aren't producing all goods that consumers value more than the cost of production.

D.    firms could produce at lower costs than they're producing at if they reallocated their resources.

E.    resources aren't being used by the firms that value them the most.

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