### Prices perform a rationing function

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Prices perform a rationing function by A. eliminating scarcity in the market. B. making sure that buyers do not have to wait for goods. C. allocating goods to the buyers who are willing and able to pay the highest price. D. allowing? high-demand buyers to trade ration coupons.

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