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

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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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