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Course: Microeconomics
The quantity supplied of a good is
   equal to the difference between the quantity available and the quantity desired by all consumers and producers
   the same thing as the quantity demanded at each price.
   the amount that the producers are planning to sell at a particular price during a given time period.
   the amount the firm would sell if it faced no resource constraints