Why is the National Income more at current prices than at constant prices?

Options :
  1. Because increase in price is equal to increase in production.
  2. Because increase in price is more than production.
  3. Because increase in production is more than increase in price.
  4. Because of decrease in production only.
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Answer: Option 2


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