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When the price of ice cream cones rises from $1 to $2 in the graph below, what happens to the quantity of cones eaten per week? $4 $%3 (4,2) $2 $1 $0 uantity of cones eaten per veek O increases from 0 to 7 increases from 4 to 7 decreases from 7 to 4 remains the sameA factory makes TVs and DVD players. It can operate in 5 different modes in order to produce different numbers of TVs and DVD players as displayed in the table below. If the factory changes from operating under mode B to operating under mode D, how does the production of TVs and DVD players change? Type of Product Production Alternatives TVs (in thousands) VCRS (in10 thousands) 2 4 4 2 more TVs and 5 fewer DVD players 1000 more TVs and 2000 fewer DVD players 2000 more TVs and 5000 fewer DVD players 5000 more TVs and 2000 fewer DVD players

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