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Graph a Demand Curve Interactive Practice

 

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New interactive practice tool: This interactive practice tool helps students learn the basics of building a supply and demand graph. Students label the price and quantity axes, then practice using a demand schedule to draw a demand curve. Plotting several points for specific quantities demanded at specific prices helps to reinforce what the demand curve represents—and the reason why demand curves slope downward for normal goods.

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High School or University

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