The supply curve , Microeconomics

The Supply Curve 

– The supply curve exhibits how much of a good manufacturerss are willing to sell at a particular given price, holding constant 

other factors that can affect quantity supplied

– This price-quantity relationship might be given by the equation:

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Non-price Determining Variables of Supply 

– Costs of Production

• Capital

• Labor 

• Raw Materials

The cost of raw materials falls

– At P1, manufacture Q2 

– At P2, manufacture Q1

– Supply curve moves right  to S’

– More produced at any price on S’ than on S

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Supply - A Review

– Supply is decided by non-price supply-determining variables as such as the cost of capital, labor, and raw materials.

– Changes in supply are given by shifting the complete supply curve.

– Changes in quantity supplied are revealed by movements along with the supply curve and are caused by a variation in the price of the product.

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