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1. What is the difference between a scarcity and a shortage? (1 point) A scarcity occurs when producers will not or cannot offer goods or services at the current prices, and a shortage occurs when there are limited quanitites to meet unlimited wants. Scarcity is the effort that people devote to a task taht meets unlimited wants, and a shortage occurs when supplies of goods or services run low. A scarcity occurs when supplies of goods and services are suddenly attainable, and a shortage occurs when producers will not or cannot offer goods or services at the current price

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