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A company introduces a printer that does not require ink cartridges. As a result, the price of printers that use ink drops. What is another likely outcome?
A. the price of ink cartridges goes up.
B. the price of ink cartridges drops.
C. the demand for ink cartridges goes up.
D. the supply of ink cartridges drops.****

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  1. Yes, D.

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