A surplus is having too much of something.
more then needed surplus (ADJECTIVE)
Consumer surplus - the difference between what a consumer is willing to pay and what they actually pay. Aggregate consumer surplus measures consumer welfare
Surplus means an excess or more than needed.
Consumer surplus is the amount a buyer is willing to pay minus the amount the buyer actually pays.
Surplus represents the condition where you have more than what is required. For example you need $10 to have dinner and you have $100 in your pocket. even this can be termed as a situation where you have surplus money.
Capital Surplus is an accounting term, which may be referred to as Additional paid in capital. This is the additional amount over par value of the shares that is raised by a company.
Being unnecessary, or extra/surplus to what is needed. See the link below for better detail.
the utility to a producer from living in a market where a greater quantity will be supplied when prices increase
OK, first of all, "What is new surplus mean?" is not English. You gotta say, "What does new surplus mean?" Anyway, the definition is like the item is unused, looks good, but was bought from others. Therefore, it may not work perfectly, and the certificate is not available. I you.
Excess, superfluous, overabundance, overage, overflow, overkill, overmuch, oversupply, superabundance, surfeit, surplus
In agriculture sector the production of crop yield that is just sufficient for human consumption has no surplus for free market or as buffer stock. With technological application as inputs for agricultural production the crop yield is beyond the self sufficiency level. Such yield is called surplus food. In common usage , any production of food in excess of the number of people for consumption of the produced food is termed as surplus food.
there is no such a thing as crop surplus but there is surplus crop which means the stored crops.
When there is a surplus (large amount) of something, surplus is used as a noun.
Surplus farming is not a landform. A surplus is a quantity greater than required, it is possible to have a surplus from any fertile ground.
There is no homophone for the word surplus.
SURRENDER : OPPOSITION :: surplus :
surplus Quantify the surplus amount as in March 2011
Consumer surplus and producer surplus are measured using the price applied. Consumer surplus is when a consumer pays a less amount than expected while producer surplus is when a product fetches more money that expected.
Once the supply is decreased, consumer surplus will decrease. Producer surplus will decrease as well because neither is at the equillibrium. There will be a surplus leftover after the price increases. Once the supply is decreased, consumer surplus will decrease. Producer surplus will decrease as well because neither is at the equillibrium. There will be a surplus leftover after the price increases.
surpluses is the plural of surplus x3
What is reserve & surplus in accounts
What conditions lead to a surplus?
to return the surplus merchandise to the supplier