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An individual sets aside a certain amount of his income per month to spend on his
two hobbies, collecting wine and collecting books. Given the information below
illustrate the demand curve for wine
50-
Wine Price Book Price Wine
$10
Books
Budget
$800
40-
$8
40
50
$20
$40
$8
$8
20
50
$800
$800
10
50
30어
100-
20-
90-
80-
70-
10-
80-
A
PCC
50+
40-
0-
30-
10
40
50
20
30
20-
Wine
10-
L
2
0+
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Price
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An individual sets aside a certain amount of his income per month to spend on his two hobbies, collecting wine and collecting books. Given the information below illustrate the demand curve for wine 50- Wine Price Book Price Wine $10 Books Budget $800 40- $8 40 50 $20 $40 $8 $8 20 50 $800 $800 10 50 30어 100- 20- 90- 80- 70- 10- 80- A PCC 50+ 40- 0- 30- 10 40 50 20 30 20- Wine 10- L 2 0+ 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Price

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In economics, the demand curve is used to graphically represent the relationship between quantity demanded and price of a service or good at a particular time period.

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Quantity of Wine 40 Price of Wine $10 $20 20 S40 10

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