Consider the following production possibilities table that shows different combinations of two goods that can be produced with given resources:   Shirts Corn A 0 16 B 2 12 C 4 8 D 6 4 E 8 0 When the country moves from point A to point B, the opportunity cost of producing 1 shirt is  bushels of corn. When the country moves from point C to point D, the opportunity cost of producing 1 shirt is  bushels of corn.

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Consider the following production possibilities table that shows different combinations of two goods that can be produced with given resources:

 

Shirts

Corn

A

0

16

B

2

12

C

4

8

D

6

4

E

8

0

When the country moves from point A to point B, the opportunity cost of producing 1 shirt is  bushels of corn.

When the country moves from point C to point D, the opportunity cost of producing 1 shirt is  bushels of corn.

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