Definitions for "demand curve"
Keywords:  graph, quantity, curve, downward, slope
A graph showing the demand for a product at different price points.
The graph of quantity demanded as a function of price, normally downward sloping, straight or curved, and drawn with quantity on the horizontal axis and price on the vertical axis. Demand curves for imports and for foreign exchange usually have the same qualitative properties as demand curves for goods, but for somewhat different reasons.
the graphical representation of the demand function. The demand function relates price and quantity demanded. It tells how many units of a good will be purchased at different prices. In general, at higher prices, less will be purchased, so demand curves slope downward. The market demand function is calculated by adding up all of the individual consumers' demand functions.