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I want to buy APPLE. But I only can buy apples.
The quantity demand of the man on APPLE is 0.
I can afford an APPLE phone.
The demand of the man with more income on APPLE increases. The demand curve shifts to the right.
I have bought every product of APPLE because I like them.
The demand curve shifts more to the right because the demand of the rich man on APPLE increases more.
We need three apples everyday.
There are three people in the family and each of them need to eat an apple everyday.
I got a brother.
One day, another child is born.
Now we need four apples everyday.
The price of apples does not change. But the population of the family increases, so the demand on apples increases. The demand curve shifts to the right.
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