FCS 226 Chapter 2 Supply & Demand

FCS 226 Chapter 2 Supply & Demand - Supply and...

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Supply and Demand Supply and Demand
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Are you happy with the Are you happy with the condition of your life? condition of your life? Do you need more income to satisfy wants? Or, Do you limit wants to those that income can satisfy?
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Do Consumer Wants Have Any Do Consumer Wants Have Any Limit? Limit? Are human wants insatiable? Consumers’ desire for goods and services presumably is capable of indefinite expansion. True or false?
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Economists generally agree that consumers have unlimited wants. Due to limited incomes and limited supplies of goods and services in the marketplace, these wants cannot be totally satisfied.
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Four Principles of Four Principles of Consumption Consumption 1)Harmonious Consumption A principle of consumption referring to the tendency to purchase combinations of things 2) Diminishing Utility A principle holding that as more of a given product is consumed, per-unit satisfaction of the product declines
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3) Variety A principle of consumption referring to
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