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Business, 08.11.2019 06:31, micahatwood03

Buford bus manufacturing installs a new assembly line. as a result, the output produced per worker increases. the marginal cost of output at buford:
a. will increase (the mc curve will shift upward).
b. will decrease (the mc curve will shift downward).
c. is at its maximum.
d. is declining and approaching zero. selected: e. will be unchanged.

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