Difference between normal and inferior goods

Difference between normal goods and inferior goods. Give illustration.

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Normal Goods: These are goods that demand for which increases as income of the buyer rises. There is a positive relationship among income and demand or the income effect is positive. Illustration: Rice and Wheat

Inferior Goods : These are goods that demand for which decreases as income of buyer rises. Therefore, there is negative relationship among income and demand orthe  income effect is negative. Illustration: coarse grain and coarse cloth.

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