# Supply and Demand and Small Ice Cream

Topics: Supply and demand, Ice cream Pages: 2 (747 words) Published: October 14, 2012
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Supply and Demand (In Training)
Principles of Economics Assignments
Imagine that you have decided to open a small ice cream stand on campus called "Ice-Campusades." You are very excited because you love ice cream (delicious!) and this is a fun way for you to apply your business and economics skills! Here is the first month's scenario--you order the same number (and the same variety) of ice creams each day from the ice cream suppliers, and your ice creams are always marked at \$1.50 each. However, you notice that there are days when ice creams remain unsold but other days when there are not enough ice creams for the number of customers.

Use your knowledge of the factors that cause shifts in demand, and in a multi-paragraph essay, provide at least three reasons why ice cream sales fluctuate in this manner. (Apply only the factors you think are applicable to explaining this scenario.) Now assume that a month later, the school allows a competing student the right to sell ice creams on school property. (The number of students on campus remains largely unchanged.) What do you think will happen to the price of ice cream at your campus? Explain in detail.

Develop a response that includes examples and evidence to support your ideas, and which clearly communicates the required message to your audience. Organize your response in a clear and logical manner as appropriate for the genre of writing. Use well-structured sentences, audience-appropriate language, and correct conventions of standard American English.

If I would decide to open a small ice cream stand and I was planning on being successful and , I would have to take a couple of things into my calculation, things as A shift in the demand curve is caused by a factor affecting demand other than price. If these factors change then the amount that want to purchase the good also changes whatever the price. So For an example on a hot day it is much more...

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