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If nick and Jesse specialize according to comparative advantage and produce efficiently they can produce a combine total of?
Notes: Nick gives up 6 hats to make 3 shirts. Jesse gives up 4 hats to make 8 shirts.
Answers are: 10 hats and 11 shirts. 6 hats and 8 shirts. 5 hats and 5.5 shirts. And 4 hats and 3 shirts

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