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All of the following statements are assumptions of the model of perfect competition. Three of them are, in a way, very similar to each other but one of them is quite distinct.
So which of these assumptions is most unlike the other ones?
The market is made up of many small firms.
There is free entry into the market.
Goods in the market are homogenous.
Firms in the market face “horizontal demand curves”.