Effect of decreases price ceiling on a good

A government decrease of the price ceiling upon a good will: (w) result in a decrease into the excess demand for the good. (x) result within an increase in the excess demand for the good. (y) lead to a greater quantity supplied. (z) cause a reduction within the supply of the good.

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