Limitation in Lorenz curve

A Lorenz Curve cannot be used to demonstrate scientifically how the: (w) income is distributed among members of society. (x) wealth is distributed in between members of society. (y) taxes alter the distribution of income. (z) income must be distributed fairly.

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