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Transcript
3.02 Interpret the theory
of supply and demand
Supply vs. Demand
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Supply- the amount Producers are
willing and able to produce and sell
- Seller’s Market
Demand- the Customer’s willingness
and ability to buy the products
- Buyer’s Market
The law of supply
Price of a product increases, quantity
of supply increases
 Price of a product decreases, quantity
of supply decreases
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The law of demand
Price of a product increases,
consumer demand decreases
 Price of a product decreases,
consumer demand increases
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When does surplus occur?
Supply exceeds demand
 Prices are too high
 Consumers buy competitor’s product
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When does shortage occur?
Demand exceeds supply (scarcity)
 Customers purchase products
regardless of the price
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When does equilibrium occur?
Supply = Demand
 Producer and Consumer are satisfied
on the same price
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Elasticity is…
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Elastic demand changes as demand
changes
- Example: Cheeseburger
Inelastic demand rarely changes as
demand changes
- Example: Gasoline
What might affect elasticity?
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Availability of substitutes
Brand loyalty
Price relative to income
Luxury vs. necessity (want vs. need)
Urgency of purchase