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Shifts in Supply or Demand Interactive Practice (3 Sets)

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New interactive practice tool: Have your students test their knowledge on whether an event causes a shift in the demand curve or a shift in the supply curve. Perfect to use when you’re teaching equilibrium or just having your students review old concepts. 


Three practice sets are available (30 questions total):

Set 1: Finding Equilibrium, Questions 1-10

Set 2: Finding Equilibrium, Questions 11-20

Set 3: Finding Equilibrium, Questions 21-30

 



Try interactive practice paired with videos, bellringers, and more in our Finding Equilibrium: Supply meets Demand Unit Plan!
 

 

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Paul Johnson's picture

This is great! Such an easy tool for teaching. No signing up, etc etc.. Hope you create more.

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