What Would It Mean If the Production Possibility Curve Was a Straight Downsloping Line?

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If the production possibility curve were a straight downward sloping line, this would mean that there is no demand for the product in the market and that production should cease.
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When a prod poss curve is a straight line, usually it is an exception, this means that as you produce more of one thing you constantly give up the same proportion of another thing
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The production Possibilities Frontier is an explanation and visual aid to explain the relationship between products in a 2 product economy. Lets say that an economy only produces
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