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36. Marginal Rate of Product Substitution (MRP
a. A measure of substitutability of imputs in production
b. A measure of substitutability of inputs to production.
A measure of substitutability of products in production.
d. A measure of substitutability of inputs and outputs in production

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36. Marginal Rate of Product Substitution (MRP a. A measure of substitutability of imputs in production b. A measure of substitutability of inputs to production. A measure of substitutability of products in production. d. A measure of substitutability of inputs and outputs in production

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