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25. One difference between perfect competition and monopolistic competition is A) firms in a perfectly competitive market produce similar but slightly different products. B) in perfect competition, the product produced has no close substitutes. C) monopolistic competition has barriers to entry, whereas perfect competition has none. D) a small number of firms compete in a monopolistically competitive market and a large number of firms compete in a perfectly competitive market. E) firms in monopolistic competition have some degree of market power.

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