Econmia

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Escobar Basaldúa Valeria ECOI-10
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Escobar Basaldúa Valeria ECOI- 10
Elasticity
Demand elasticity, also known as priceelasticity of demand, is a concept economists use to measure price sensitivity. In principle, demand elasticity is an economic term defined as the percentage change in quantity demanded, divided by thepercentage change in price. Demand elasticity can be expressed graphically through a simplified linear demand curve. On this downward sloping curve demand elasticity can be seen as incremental changesin the quantity demanded (x axis) going in the opposite direction relative to the changes in the price (y axis). Thus, demand elasticity remains a negative value. To simplify the mathematicalpresentation of demand elasticity economists drop the negative sign and use only the coefficient. As a result demand elasticity is expressed as (Ed). Depending upon the responsiveness to price changes demandelasticity can be elastic or inelastic as described by the angle of the demand curve. The flatter the curve the more price elastic while a steeper curve would mean more price inelastic.
ElasticidadElasticidad de la demanda, también conocida como la elasticidad precio de la demanda, es un concepto de los economistas utilizan para medir la sensibilidad al precio. En principio, la elasticidad dela demanda es un término económico se define como el cambio porcentual en la cantidad demandada, dividido por el cambio porcentual en el precio. La elasticidad de la demanda se puede expresar...

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