We have seen already that demand curves (price Demand) slope downwards from left to right. Since demand curve is only a geometrical representation of the law of demand with 'quantity' on the X axis, and 'price' on the Y axis, the shape of the demand curve has to be necessarily of one sloping downwards showing that more is demanded at a lower price. The question why does the demand curve slope downwards is an indirect way of asking why does the law of demand operate. What are the reasons behind the operation of law of demand? why do people demand more if price comes down? So it is better to discuss the reasons behind the law of demand or the economics of law of demand in order to understand the question under discussion.
The last ruling family of Russia was the family ROMANOV, of which the last Tsar is Tsar Nikolai II. The Tsar and most of his family were executed after the Decembrist Bolshevik revolution, led at least ideologically by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, though rumours abound that his youngest daughter, Anastasiya, had survived the scourge, and subsequently there have been many imposters claiming to be the last Russian princess.
140/100 140 into 100 = 1.4 *********** 1.4 x 100 = 140%