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Economics explained


Demand and supply

Demand curve

Demand curve

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Demand curves

Diagrammatically, the demand curve is shown as a downward-sloping curve.

There is an inverse relationship between price and quantity demanded.

As the price falls from P1 to P2

Quantity demanded rises from Q1 to Q2

The market demand curve

The market demand curve refers to the sum of all individual demand for a product. It is found by adding up all individual demand at each price level.

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