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1. The language of price controls Suppose that, in a competitive market without government regulations, the equilibrium price of gasoline is $3.00 per gallon. Complete the following table by indicating whether each of the statements is an example of a price ceiling or a price floor and whether it is binding or nonbinding Price Control Statement The government prohibits gas stations from selling gasoline for more than $3.40 per gallon. There are many teenagers who would like to work at gas stations, but they are not hired due to minimum-wage laws. The government has instituted a legal minimum price of $2.50 per gallon for gasoline. Binding or Not

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