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What line on a production possibilities curve shows the amounts of goods produced?
A. production possibilities frontier
B. opportunity cost line
C. utilization of resources
D. maximum possible production line

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  1. I thought it was D, but know I realize that it was so totally wrong...help

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  2. Now*

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  3. lol umm hold i'm looking but i think it's C but let me look

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  4. ok what i got was A but i could be wrong of course cuz i'm not in that grade but from what i think it's A i was wrong with C i think

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  5. Okee dokee thanks

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  6. np nirvana

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