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Angela is a musician who writes short musical pieces for use in religious services and nonreligious festivals. There is a large anniversary celebration in her town in one month, and she has been asked to compose an original nonreligious piece. How might this affect her production possibility curve for new music? A. Production would decrease for both religious and nonreligious music. B. Production would decrease for nonreligious music and increase for religious music. C. Production would increase for both religious and nonreligious music. D. Production would increase for nonreligious music and decrease for religious music.

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