Graphs of demand curves usually slope downward to the right because consumers buy smaller quantities

Graphs of demand curves usually slope downward to the right because consumers buy smaller quantities of most goods when prices are higher Also graphs of supply curves usually slope upward to the right because producers want to sell larger quantities of most goods when prices are higher Give some examples of how one or more of these factors shifted your demand for or the supply of a good that you buy for yourself or a good that you sell where you work How did that shift increase or decrease the price and/or quantity of the good that was sold?