Decrease prices as firms enter the industry

When most firms in a competitive industry experience economic profits, in that case long run competitive pressures tend to cause: (w) greater economic profits. (x) prices to decrease as firms enter the industry. (y) industry output to fall. (z) several firms to leave the industry.

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