Describe the long run aggregate supply curve.

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Initially the curve is perfectly elastic. This means without raising the price level, output can increase. Output then becomes increasisngly less responsive to changes in the price level until the curve is perfectly inelastic. this is when changes in the price level do not effect output. Resources are very scarce.

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