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Advertising by monopolistically competitive firms can do all of the following EXCEPT

A) lower the consumer's purchase price.
B) help differentiate a firm's product.
C) act as a signal to consumers that the company is serious about staying in business.
D) result in increased profits for the advertising firm.

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