What Are The Assumptions Of The Law Of Demand?


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The first assumption of law of demand is that the tastes and preferences of the consumer are same regardless of the income group. The second assumption is that all consumers have a fixed income and there is no change in income over a period of time. Thirdly, the prices of the related goods do not change and they are fixed. Moreover, all other economic factors are constant and they are ignored. On the basis of all these assumptions the demand curve is derived which depicts that prices are inversely proportional to quantities that is when price decreases the quantity demanded increases.
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1. The inomes of buyers and sellers remain constant.
2. The tastes and preferences of buyers remain unwavering.
3. Thecost of all factors of productionremain constant.
4. The technology level remains same.
5. The commodity is divisible.
6. Law of supply states only a static situation.

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