Individual demand, Microeconomics

INDIVIDUAL DEMAND

* Price Changes

- Using figures developed earlier, the impact of a change in price of food can be shown by using indifference curves. 

Effect of Price Change

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Effect of Price Change

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Effect of a Price Change

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