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If supply exceeds demand for a product what economic explanation occers?
What happens when a cell's demand for ATP suddenly exceeds its supply of ATP from cellular respiration?
ATP levels would fall at first, decreasing the inhibition of of PFK and increasing the rate of ATP production.
Supply increases and price increases
The Law of Supply is a rule stating that more will be offered for sale at high prices than at lower prices. The Law of Demand is a rule stating that more will be demanded at l…ower prices and and less at higher prices. The Law of Demand states that there is inverse relation between the demand of the consumer and prices whenever the prices of the commodity increase the the demand for that commodity decrease that so why it is inverse relation between the demand and price of the given commodity. (addition by matchman6) This is correct - however the questions asks, explain economics relating to supply and demand. I would say you cant explain economics relating to supply and demand, but you can explain a huge part of economics with it. You must first remember that economics is the study of how resources are allocated under conditions of scarcity. Scarcity implies that there are not enough resources for all our wants, therefore decisions must be made by everyone. This means that producers must decide how much (of a product) to produce, and consumers must decide how much (of a product) to consume. The intersection of supply and demand determines the price that will satisfy both consumer and producer at a given level of quantity. This means it gives us the value of all goods, which can help us in determining the best way to allocate resources in the economy. Hope that helps..
Supply will decrease and the price will rise greatly.
demand decreases and price will decrease.
supply will decrease and price will rise greatly
Make or stock more but sell higher until supply meets demand, usually selling at a fair market price will cause higher volumes of sales because more can afford it. Conversely,… too much supply will cause you to sell for less until demand meets supply !
Basic Economics lesson. The price of of commodities is based on a relative relationship of supply and demand. P=D/S if you increase supply of a certain commodity, as well as …decreasing the demand, the equation shows that the price will fall or that it is a "cheap" commodity. In terms of the saying... Talk isnt worth much because there is usually alot of it, and for the most part, people dont "demand" it... or want it
In economics, supply and demand describes market relationsbetween prospective sellers and buyers of a good. The supply anddemand model determines price and quantity sold i…n a market.This model is fundamental in microeconomic analysis, and is used asa foundation for other economic models and theories. It predictsthat in a competitive market, price will function to equalize thequantity demanded by consumers, and the quantity supplied byproducers, resulting in an economic equilibrium of price andquantity. The model incorporates other factors changing equilibriumas a shift of demand and/or supply.
demand-pull theory (by Solomon Zelman)
The price usually goes up. If lots of people want something, you have to pay more to get it.
the higher the demand the higher the price.the lower the demand the lower the price.
when supply is up and there is enough to go around, prices fall. When supply is down or limited prices go up because there isn't enough to go around.
Caffeine from coffees and teas. The caffeine is an inelastic supply because there arent many substitutes for caffeine. --Wayne Also products …like salt and pepper are inelastic because people can consume only so much of them. --Danny R.
If the demand for money is greater than the supply, interest rates will go up. Whenever the demand for anything is greater than the available supply, the price goes up.
If Demand is one the increase, it means that people have surplus income to spare. This is good indicator of economic growth.