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Students create a graph of gasoline supply and demand and identify the market-clearing price, then graph a decrease in demand for gasoline and a decrease in supply of gasoline to understand how those factors affect prices. From the Inside the Vault article, "Why Do Gasoline Prices React to Things That Have Not Happened?"
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