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Demand in economics refers to a consumer's readiness to pay a particular price for goods and services as well as their desire to buy them. Demand for a good or service typically declines when its price goes up. The amount needed will rise when a product's price drops, in a similar manner. Consumers and businesses are quite familiar with the idea of demand because it makes sense and happens organically throughout the course of almost any day. For instance, when a product's pricing is low, shoppers who are keeping an eye on it will buy more of it. When costs increase, such as during a change in season, consumers may buy less or even nothing at all.

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