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Exercise on Demand, supply and market equilibrium

Given the following determinants of demand and supply, briefly explain, using appropriate diagram, the nature of relationships between changes in individual determinants and corresponding changes in demand or supply of a particular product.


Determinants of demand:

D = F ( Po| Y, Pr,T, E,Nb)

Where,

D = Demand for a particular product
Po = Price of the respective product ( own price)
Y = income earned by a consumer
Pr = price of related goods substitute or compliment
T = tastes and preferences of consumers
E = expectation about future changes in price, income or wealth, etc
Nb = number of buyers

Determinants of supply:

S= F( Po| Pi, Pr,T,E,Ns)

Where,
S = supply of a particular product
Po = price of the respective product (own price)
Pi = price of inputs required to make production
P r= price of related good substitute or complement
T = technology used in production
E = Expectations about future changes in the price of the product
Ns = number of sellers in the market
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