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    Ricardian model

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    Yes, you need to think in terms of cloth and widgets instead of prices, since you aren't given any real prices. For i, it is 2 not 1/2. They want "cloth in terms of widgets." This means, how many widgets does it take for a unit of cloth, if we make cloth instead? Because it only ...

    $2.19