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Assume the United States can use a given amount of its resources to produce either 20 airplanes or 8 automobiles and Japan can employ the same amount of its resources to produce either 20 airplanes or 10 automobiles. The United States should specialize in

a. airplanes
b. automobiles.
c. both good.
d. neither good.

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