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Unformatted text preview: Demand Terms Equilibrium Quantity - Amount of goods or services sold at the equilibrium price. Because supply is equal to demand at this point, there is no surplus or shortage. Expected Value (EV) - How much a buyer thinks that a good or investment will be worth after a time lapse, based on the probabilities of different possible outcomes. Usually refers to stocks and other uncertain investments. Giffen Good - Theoretical case in which an increase in the price of a good causes an increase in quantity demanded. Firm - Unit of sellers in microeconomics. Because it is seen as one selling unit in microeconomics, a firm will make coordinated efforts to maximize its profit through sales of its goods and services. The combined actions and preferences of all firms in a market will determine the appearance and behavior of the supply curve. Goods and Services - Products or work that are bought and sold. In a market economy, competition among buyers and sellers sets the market equilibrium, determining the price and the...
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