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Sam can brew 5 gallons of root beer in an hour or he can make 4 pizzas in an hour. Ben can brew 7 gallons of root beer in an hour or he can make 5 pizzas in an hour.  Who has an absolute advantage in making pizza?                              [ Select ]                          ["Ben", "Sam"]            Who has a comparative advantage in making pizza?                              [ Select ]                          ["Sam", "Ben"]

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Sam can brew 5 gallons of root beer in an hour or he can make 4 pizzas in an hour. Ben can brew 7 gallons of root beer in an hour or he can make 5 pizzas in an hour. 

Who has an absolute advantage in making pizza?                              [ Select ]                          ["Ben", "Sam"]           

Who has a comparative advantage in making pizza?                              [ Select ]                          ["Sam", "Ben"]           

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