On a demand and supply graph an increase demand is a shift to the left or right?
it would go to the left
There is two types of increase for supply. 1) Movement along the demand curve (upwards or downwards) which is subjected to the shifting of the demand curve 2) Shift of the supply curve. For the first case, the supply curve does not shift but there is increased production to meet the new market demand. Supply will increase as there is a upward movement along the supply curve, and until the new market equilibrium is achieved…
An increase in the demand for notebooks raises the quantity of notebooks demanded but not the quantity supplied?
When demand rises and supply remains the same equilibrium price will... and equilibrium quantity will?
If aggregate demand rises and aggregate supply remains the same, the quantity supplied which increase. Consequently, the equilibrium price will increase, as will the equilibrium quantity. LOOK AT LINK BELOW: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/e/eb/Supply-demand-right-shift-demand.svg/240px-Supply-demand-right-shift-demand.svg.png As you can see, if demand increased from D1 to D2, the price level would increase from P1 to P2, and the output would increase from Q1 to Q2. Hope this helps!
The supply and demand curve follows four basic laws : If demand increases (demand curve shifts to the right) and supply remains unchanged, a shortage occurs, leading to a higher equilibrium price. If demand decreases (demand curve shifts to the left) and supply remains unchanged, a surplus occurs, leading to a lower equilibrium price. If demand remains unchanged and supply increases (supply curve shifts to the right), a surplus occurs, leading to a lower equilibrium…
An increase in the money supply shifts the money supply curve to the right. If you look on your graph, you will see that an increase in money supply will cause the interest rate to decrease. Here's why: Fed increases money supply-->excess supply of money at the current interest rate -->people buy bonds to get rid of their excess money-->increase in the prices of bonds --> decrease in the interest rate.