Recent questions tagged demand

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What specific skills are in high demand within South Africa's green energy sector?
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"Supply and demand are invisible" - what does this mean?
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What is the difference between "market demand" and "market supply" in economics?
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Tell me more about this law: \( x^{a} \times x^{b}=x^{a+b} \)
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Define the search demand curve
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Tell me more about the method of "completing the square".
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Tell me more about this google patent: Title - Method and system for on demand provisioning in a mobile communication network
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What is treatment-confounder feedback?
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Using the 2 characteristics of a confounder, explain how an "unadjusted" relationship is misleading
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What do I place in the "Cost Structure" box of the Business Model Canvas?
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Aside from advertising, how can monopolistically competitive firms increase demand for their products?
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What is the derived demand for a product or service?
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What do we mean by "Joint Demand" of products?
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How does off-peak pricing influence demand for services?
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It costs a firm \(C(q)\) dollars to produce \(q\) grams per day of a certain chemical, where\[C(q)=1000+2 q+3 q^{2 / 3}\]The firm can sell any amount of the chemical at \...
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What is a unit rate?
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Explain the role taxation plays in supply and demand.
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Describe the role elasticity plays in determining demand and pricing decisions of the firm.
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Describe the importance of market forces as they determine market demand and supply versus individual demand and supply.
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A firm has an annual demand of \(S\) units for a good whose purchase cost is \(f c\) per unit. Each order costs \(£ a\) to place, and the cost of holding stock is \...
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'The fitting of mathematical trend curves is by far the easiest and cheapest method of forecasting long-run changes in product demand, and is likely to be just as reliabl...
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'The most we can say about the Demand Curve is that it slopes down unless it slopes up.' Discuss.
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The demand for a certain product is given by \(p+4 q=334\), and the supply for this product is given by \(p-6 q=74\) where \(\mathrm{p}\) is the price in dollars and \(\m...
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An electronics manufacturer makes a streaming stick that allows consumers to view content on the Internet. The unit price of the stick is\[D(q)=-0.5 q+75\]where \(q\) is ...
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What are demand and supply?
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Suppose that the demand and price for a certain DVD is related by the following equation\[p=D(q)=-1.5 q+60\]where \(p\) is the price (in dollars) and \(q\) is the quantit...
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The price per unit \(P\) (in dollars) is related to the quantity \(Q\) (in boxes) of a product demanded by consumers according to\[5 P+4 Q=200\]Write the equation as a li...
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Suppose the demand \(Q\) and the price \(P\) are related by the demand equation\[5 P+20 Q=100\]a. Write the equation so that \(Q\) is the independent variable.b. Write th...
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What Types Of Forecasting Can I Do?
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What Is Demand in Inventory Management?
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What Is Forecasting in Inventory Management?
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Can Forecasting Help In Controlling Inventory?
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Explain Can A Computer Help In Forecasting Future Demand?
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Use the example of rulers to explain how the Law of Supply shows that there is a POSITIVE relationship between the price of rulers and the quantity supplied.
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Using rulers as an example, explain how the Law of Demand shows that there is an INVERSE relationship between the price of rulers and the quantity demanded.
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Plot the DEMAND and the SUPPLY curves onto a graph.
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What happens when demand is greater than the supply?A. price increases.B. price decreases.C. demand increases.D. supply decreases.
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What does the term households mean?
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What is market equilibrium price?
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What happens when there is an economic problem? Can someone highlight what the situation will be like?
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If the price of substitute products drop, the demand for our product will ...A decrease.B increase.C remain constant.D gradually decrease.
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The Law of Supply states that when the prices of goods and services increase, the quantity of goods and services offered by suppliers, will …A increase.B decrease.C rem...
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The (market/boardroom) is the place where buyers meet sellers.
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Why would people live as households?
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When demand for a product increases, the price will increase because producers would have to pay more __________.
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True/False. Consumers will be willing to pay any price a producer puts on a product; the demand will never cease.
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True/False. Factors of production are what are required for demand to take place.
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Households are important to the economy because they consist of __________ with needs and wants creating a demand in the economy.
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What do you call the point where the demand curve and supply curve meet and what does that point tell you?
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What is meant by the term demand?
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