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in what ways do the reasons that explain the downward slope of the aggregate demand curve differ from the reasons that explain the slope of the demand curve for a single product?

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  1. Take a shot: what do you think?
    Hint: compare what is on the y-axis on a single vs aggregate demand curve, what is on the x-axis.

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