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Along a short-run aggregate supply curve, a decrease in the price level means that A) mo

 Along a short-run aggregate supply curve, a decrease in the price level means that

A) more output is produced as consumer demand increases.

B) less output is produced as firms decrease production.

C) more output is produced as firms increase production because wages fall more than the price level falls, making it profitable to hire more workers.

D) output does not change because firms do not change the quantity they produce.

 

 

34) In the short run, firms expand their production when the price level rises because

A) the money wage rate remains constant so the higher prices for their products makes it profitable for firms to expand production.

B) each firm must keep its production up to the level of its rivals, and some firms will expand production as the price level increases.

C) the higher prices allow the firm to hire more workers by offering higher wages, thereby increasing productivity and profits.

D) firms can increase their profits by increasing their maintenance.

 

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