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what happens to the individual demand curve as the price of an item increases? a. an individual demands for an item will increase causing an upward slope. b.an individual ddemands for an item will
decrease causing an downward slope. c. an individual demand will increase, causing the price to increase further. d. an individual demand curve will remain unchanged and price is never a factor
What happens to the individual demand curve as the price of an item increases is that (b) an individual demand for an item will decrease causing an downward slope.
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