?market demand curves, Microeconomics

Market Demand

Market Demand Curves

- A curve which relates the quantity of a good that all the consumers in a market buy to price of that good.

Determining Market Demand Curve

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Summing to Obtain a Market Demand Curve

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* Two Significant Points

 1) The market demand will shift to right as more consumers enter in market.      

2)  Factors which influence the demands of many consumers will affect the market demand. 

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