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Which of the following is (are) most likely to be produced under conditions resembling perfect competition - automobiles, beer, corn, diamonds, and eggs? Defend your answer in economic terms.

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The following products would likely be produced under perfect competition:

1. beer
2. corn
3. eggs

-- In perfect competition, there are numerous buyers and many sellers. No one seller can gain a competitive advantage ...

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This solution explains which products, autos, beer, corn, diamonds, or eggs would likely be produced under conditions resembling perfect competition in 127 words.

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