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Which of the following would NOT be considered price discrimination?

charging business travelers more money than leisure travelers for plane tickets

charging houses in expensive neighborhoods more money for mowing the same size lawn than in a less expensive neighborhood

charging a lower price for dry cleaning men's shirts than women's shirts

charging more money for a large luxury car than a small economy car

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