quantity supplied

Quantity Supplied

The number of goods or services available at a given price. In general, prices decline with greater supply, but this is not always the case.
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quantity supplied

the amount of a PRODUCT (or FACTOR OF PRODUCTION) that suppliers offer for sale in a given time period. The quantity supplied of a product depends upon the product's own price, prices of factor inputs, the state of technology, etc. See SUPPLY FUNCTION, SUPPLY CURVE.
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In this context, aggregate demand is the relationship between the real quantity demanded of newly produced final goods and services in an economy and the general price level, under the constraint that if the aggregate quantity supplied were equal to the quantity depicted on the horizontal axis, the aggregate quantity demanded would be equal to it.(2) With this definition, the aggregate demand curve is a set of coordinate points (aggregate quantity demanded, aggregate price level) that represent equilibrium points in the Keynesian demand model.