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A major difference between monopolistic competition and perfect competition is:

a. there are barriers to entry in monopolistic competition. There are no barriers to entry in perfectly competitive markets.

b. monopolistically competitive firms sell differentiated products. Perfectly competitive firms sell identical products.

c. government regulation restricts the ability of monopolistically competitive firms to change their prices. Perfectly competitive firms face no price regulation.

d. the market demand curve in a monopolistically competitive market slopes downward. The market demand curve in a perfectly competitive market is horizontal

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