# Which point on the graph indicates the lowest quantity supplied of goods?

Which point on the graph indicates the lowest quantity supplied of goods?

### Answers

the lowest quantity is supplied where the price is at it’s least

Explanation:

This is because the law of supply states the higher the price the higher the quantity supplied and the lower the price the lower the quantity supplied

your question is not complete, we need the picture of the graph

Explanation:

I guess it A. Hope this helps 🙂

It's point A 🙂

Explanation:

Point A

Explanation:

Point A is the lowest price and the lowest quantity supplied. The lower the price, the less the supplier is willing to supply.

two years ago, when picking flowers in the mountains back of yosemite valley, i found a book. it was blotted and storm-beaten; all of its outer pages were mealy and crumbly. the paper seemed to dissolve like the snow beneath which it had been buried, however; many of the inner pages were well preserved. and although all were more or less stained and torn, whole chapters were easily readable. this is the condition of the great open book of yosemite glaciers today; its granite pages have been torn and blurred by the same storms that wasted the castaway book.

two years ago, when picking flowers in the mountains back of yosemite valley; i found a book. it was blotted and storm-beaten, all of its outer pages were mealy and crumbly. the paper seemed to dissolve like the snow beneath which it had been buried, however, many of the inner pages were well preserved. and although all were more or less stained and torn; whole chapters were easily readable. this is the condition of the great open book of yosemite glaciers today, its granite pages have been torn and blurred by the same storms that wasted the castaway book.

um i believe that it might be A

where's the graph? i need to see the image of the graph for me to be able to answer your question.

Graph to the question is attached below.

Point A

Explanation:

Given the graph to the question, the indicated supply curve has a positive gradient. Thus the quantity of goods supplied increases as the price of goods rises.

At the point marked A, the quantity of goods supplied is approximately 2500 pounds

At the point marked A, the quantity of goods supplied is approximately 3800 pounds

At the point marked A, the quantity of goods supplied is approximately 5000 pounds

At the point marked A, the quantity of goods supplied is approximately 6500 pounds

Hence, comparing the the quantity of goods at the different marked points on the graph, we can conclude that point A has the lowest quantity of goods at about 2500 pounds

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