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Can you explain the difference between joint demand and competitive demand?

Competitive Demand means You can derive equal satisfaction from either product e.g. substitutes like jam and marmalade. Therefore jam and marmalade are in competitive demand. 

Whereas 

 goods in joint Demand a consumer will require Both For maximum consumer satisfaction e.g. Complements like cars and tyres. 

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