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Which of the following is an example of price gouging?

 

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selling World Series tickets for $300

 

a convenience store tripling its price of a bottle of water during a water shortage

 

having to pay above a seller's original asking price for a home

 

Increasing the price of lawn mowers in the spring and summer

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