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Why does the demand curve slope downwards?

There is an inverse relationship between price and quantity demanded. When the price is low, high quantities are demanded and vice versa when the price is high; for all goods which are not giffen goods. However this is opposite to the supply curve, as price and quantity supplied increased proportionately. 

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