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Vocabulary u1 l5

Demand quantity of a product a consumer is willing and able to buy at a certain price
Supply quantity of a product a supplier is willing to provide at a certain price
Individual demand quantity of a product demanded by an individual consumer
Market demand sum of all individual demands for a specific product
Individual supply quantity of a product supplied by one supplier
Market supply sum of all individual suppliers’ supply of a specific product
Law of demand when prices fall demand will rise when prices rise demand will fall
Law of supply when prices are high supply will rise when prices fall supply will fall
constant environment is one in which other factors do not change
marketing campaigns the economic situation social trends Changes in demand can be caused by changes in
Profit motive is the drive to earn more profit
productivity the amount of product a worker produces per hour
Competition the contest among businesses to get customers
Consumers have a large impact on a market economy through the forces of supply and demand
Created by: 15snake