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All of the following correctly describe how changes in determinants affect the elasticity of demand of a resource EXCEPT
An increase in the in the portion of production costs for chocolate made up by cocoa will make the demand for cocoa more elastic.
An increase in the number of substitutes for wood in the production of furniture will make the demand for wood more elastic.
An increase in the demand for automobiles will make the demand for the steel used in production of automobiles more elastic.
Natural disasters destroy soybeans, a substitute for corn in animal feed, which leads to more inelastic demand for corn.
The cost of fluoride as a portion of the total cost of producing toothpaste decreases, causing the demand for fluoride to become more inelastic.