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If chickens are produced in a perfectly competitive market, which of the following represents the law of supply as applied to that market?
A higher price for corn used in chicken feed leads to a lower supply of chickens.
As a result of a higher price for chickens, farmers produce more.
As the price of chickens falls, farmers produce more.
Because the price of pork increases, farmers produce fewer chickens.
A decrease in wages for workers on chicken farms leads farmers to produce more chickens.