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If Jane can produce 3 pairs of shoes hourly, while Bob can produce 2, then one can infer that the __________ advantage belongs to __________.  A. absolute; Jane B. comparative; Jane C. comparative; Bob D. comparative and absolute; Jane

I think it's D but I don't get how Jane would have a comparative advantage

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