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narration of the shift changes as if you were explaining them to the Board. Using the drawing tools in PowerPoint, graph the changes to the supply and demand curves in response to the following events: Regulations are passed which restrict drilling in many areas of the U.S. to preserve protected areas. The U.S. has a large increase in birth rate and population. A recession occurs. There is an increase in availability of affordable, alternative energy sources. ***Only one curve (supply or demand) will shift for each of these events.*** Be sure to provide an oral explanation to justify why the supply and/or demand curve would shift, the direction of the shift, and the new resulting equilibrium price and
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equilibrium quantity. Remember that you do not need to include actual figures, but rather explain if the price and quantity would be increasing or decreasing. You can use the drawing tools within PowerPoint to draw your graphs. Also, be sure to include the change in the resulting equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity if any curve shifts occur. Record a presentation as if explaining this to the Board. There are many free screen recording software/Webware options available (such as Screencast-O-Matic) to use in presenting your PowerPoint. Make sure that both your voiced narration and the PowerPoint slides are captured during your screen recording. After recording, paste a link to the recording on the last slide of the PowerPoint presentation. You will submit the PowerPoint in the Drop Box. Format your PowerPoint to include a title page, introduction, body slides, conclusion, and references. Remember to cite your sources using correct APA format, and also use correct grammar, spelling, and formatting. *for the oral presentation just include a memo and I will add the recording*
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