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Microeconomics I - Demand (Definition, individual & market demand, price & demand, demand curves, price elasticity of demand, revenue etc.) INCLUDES GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATIONS AND EXAMPLE QUESTIONS

These notes cover the topic of Demand, covered in Microeconomics I. The notes include the definition of demand, as well as covering the topics: - price & demand - demand curves - price elasticity of demand - revenue and demand They also include graphical representations and explanations of each topic, as well as example questions.

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