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# Movies and video games are substitutes. Suppose the price of a movie falls. The left graph shows Ben's demand curve for movies.

Movies and video games are substitutes. Suppose the price of a movie falls.

The left graph shows​ Ben's demand curve for movies. If there is a fall in the price of a movie which way is the demand curve shifting?

The right graph shows​ Ben's demand curve for video games. If there is a fall in the price of a movie which way is the demand curve shifting?

When there is a fall in the price of movie, there is... View the full answer

2 Price {dnlars pu- rnm'ia} If &quot;1 Price {dollars per video game}
1 -. ~ . N change (11.2! ,0 &quot;_ Quanﬁiy {movies par monlh] nuanljty (video game. par rrmth}

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