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Supply is the relation between the price of a good and the amount available purchasable from suppliers (such producers) at that cost.

Supply is often constituted using a table or graph relating price and amount supplied. Producers are conjectured to be profit-maximizers, meaning that they attempt to produce the sum of goods that will bring them the gamiest profit.

Append is typically constituted as a directly proportional relation between price and amount supplied (other things unchanged). In other words, the higher the price at which the good can be sold, the more of it manufacturers will append. The higher price makes it profitable to growth production. At a price below equilibrium, there is a shortage of quantity appended equated to amount demanded.