This graph shows the quantity of electricity that consumers demand at a regulated price set by the government. Adjust the graph by dragging the dot or the demand curve (or both) to show the effect of an increase in the use of computers, which are complements with electricity. The government leaves the price of electricity unchanged.
I answered that the demand curve will shift to right and am assuming that gov. leave price unchanged means that it is unregulated, so price goes up as demand goes up. Does this seem correct? I'm a little confused if the last sentence means that price literally remains the same: