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With a downward sloping demand curve and an upward sloping supply curve for a product, a decrease in resource prices will

a. increase equilibrium price and quantity of the product.
b. decrease equilibrium price and quantity of the product.
c. decrease equilibrium price and increase equilibrium quantity of the product.
d. increase equilibrium price and decrease equilibrium quantity of the product.
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