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# If the demand curve for a good shifts leftward A-quantity demanded is less at each price...

If the demand curve for a good shifts leftward

A-quantity demanded is less at each price

B-quantity demanded remains constant at each price

C-quantity demanded is greater at each price

D-demand is greater at each price

Option A - quantity demanded is less at each price is the right option.

Explanation:

The left shift in the demand curve indicates that demand has declined as consumers are buying fewer products at the same price.
For example, if a candy shop is able to sell only one candy bar while charging \$7 per day but suddenly 15 people came to buy the same, then seller will increase its price to \$ 10 for each candy bar, then the demand curve would shift to the right to show an increase in demand., and Probably, when zero or minimum people come to buy a candy bar, so the store price will drops to the \$7 again.
This indicates the change in quantity demanded represented by the rightward and leftward shift in demand curve of a good.

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