6. When quantity supplied increases at every possible price, we
know that the supply curve has
shifted to the left.
shifted to the right.
not shifted; rather, we have moved along the supply curve to a
new point on the same
d. not shifted; rather, the supply curve has become flatter.
AnswerIt has been provided that quantity supplied at every possible price is increasing . In other words, prices are remaining same but corresponding quantity supplied is showing an increase. When price of a commodity remains same but its supply increases then such phenomena is called increase in supply. It is said to have occurred due to change in factors other than own price of the commodity. For example, decrease in price of inputs, decrease in taxes etc. Increase in supply leads to rightward shift of supply curve.
So, supply curve has shifted to the right.