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10. The shifter tool Another manipulable graph object The shifter tool is designed to let you answer questions by shifting entire lines or points along a line (or both) from one position to another. You can select any part of the line and drag it to the left or to the right. Once you have moved the point or line far enough, it will snap into one of a few possible positions. Shift the blue demand line (labeled D) to the right. Then position the point along the line so that it reflects the same price as the point along the original line. Note: Select and drag the curve to the desired position. The curve will snap into position, so if you try to move a curve and it snaps back to its original position, just drag it a little farther. 2 10 QUANTITY (Pints of blueberries) After adjusting the location of the line, you now see two lines on the graph; the initial position of the line is now labeled position is labeled ▼ , and the newSometimes you will be given two shiftable lines, in which case you may be required to shift just one, both, or neither of these lines, depending on the instructions. Each graph object with its own separate palette icon will be graded individually, Note: When you are given two lines, the point representing their intersection does not have a palette icon, and this point cannot be moved independently of the lines Given the following demand (D) and supply (S) lines, shift one or both lines so that the new intersection represented by the black point (plus symbol) occurs at (4, 6). Note: Select and drag one or both of the curves to the desired position. The curves will snap into position, so if you try to move a curve and it snaps back to its original position, just drag it a little farther 10 0 1234 5789 10 QUANTITY (Pints of blueberries) True or False: If you shift one of the lines incorrectly and the other correctly, you will receive credit for the correctly shifted line True O False

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