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The demand curve for canned peas is downward sloping. If the price of canned peas, an inferior good, rises, then

the income and substitution effects offset each other but the price effect of an inferior good leads you to buy more canned peas.



the income effect which causes you to reduce your canned peas purchases is smaller than the substitution effect which causes you to increase your purchases, resulting in a net increase in quantity demanded.



both the income and substitution effects reinforce each other to decrease the quantity demanded.



the income effect which causes you to increase your canned peas purchases is smaller than the substitution effect which causes you to reduce your purchases, resulting in a net decrease in quantity demanded.

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the income effect which causes you to increase your canned peas purchases is smaller than the substitution effect which causes you to reduce your purchases, resulting in a net decrease in quantity demanded.

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