The law of supply states that there is a positive relationship between the quantity that suppliers are willing to sell and the price level.
A supply schedule is a tabular depiction of the relationship between price and quantity supplied, represented graphically as a supply curve.
Market supply is the summation of the individual supply curves within a specific market where the market is characterized as being perfectly competitive.
Supply levels are determined by price, which increases or decreases supply along the price curve, and non-price factors, which shifts the entire curve.
The supply curve depicts the supplier's positive relationship between price and quantity.