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1. The incomes of consumers goes up.
What assumption are you making about tennis rackets?
Label the axes and the curves on each graph.
2. The price of graphite increases.
3. The price of tennis balls increases.
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1. The incomes of consumers goes up. What assumption are you making about tennis rackets? Label the axes and the curves on each graph. 2. The price of graphite increases. 3. The price of tennis balls increases.