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Change in Demand vs. Change in Quantity Demanded

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Change in Demand vs. Change in Quantity Demanded
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What is the difference between a change in quantity demanded and a change in demand?

This video is perfect for economics students seeking a simple and clear explanation.

A *change in demand* refers to a shift in the demand curve, which is caused by a number of factors such as income, population, etc. A *change in quantity demanded* refers to a movement along a fixed demand curve, which is caused by a change in price.

Master this concept by watching the video and then taking the practice questions.

***TEACHER RESOURCES***
Supply and Demand 5-day HS unit plan: https://mru.io/finding-equilibrium-8d0d3

Assessment questions: https://mru.io/principles-29121

EconInbox, a free weekly email of class-ready news articles, videos, and more: https://mru.io/econinbox-0818b

More high school teacher resources: https://mru.io/high-school-c89b8

More professor resources: https://mru.io/university-teaching-d5289

***CONTINUE LEARNING***
Next video—A Deeper Look at the Supply Curve: https://mru.io/look-supply-d33ae

Practice questions: https://mru.io/go0

Full Microeconomics course: https://mru.io/qez

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Video Language:
English
Team:
Marginal Revolution University
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Micro
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03:19
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