Explain supply vs. quantity supplied, Microeconomics

Define and explain the following economic terms:

Economics, Microeconomics & Macroeconomics

Positive vs.  Normative Economics

Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility

Opportunity Cost &Ceteris Paribus

Factors of Production, Efficiency and Equity

Law of Demand & Law of Supply

Demand vs. Quantity Demanded

Supply vs. Quantity Supplied

Use the graph to answer the following questions.  All labels have been removed, but you can assume that the supply and demand curves are the same ones that we have been working with for most of the semester, you can also assume that the axis are the ones that we typically have used (price is in dollars and quantity is in thousands).

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