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The arc elasticity is defined mathematically as:

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Prices which have remained practically unchanged for a long time can now be varied in a planned and targeted manner in order to provide valuable information about price elasticity.

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The strategic and continuous changes of prices systematically fills the gaps in the data and thereby enables a more precise estimate of price elasticity.

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This is the approach taken in the definition of point-price elasticity, which uses differential calculus to calculate the elasticity for an infinitesimal change in price and quantity at any given point on the demand curve: In terms of partial-differential calculus, point-price elasticity of demand can be defined as follows: A second solution to the asymmetry problem of having a PED dependent on which of the two given points on a demand curve is chosen as the "original" point will and which as the "new" one is to compute the percentage change in P and Q relative to the average of the two prices and the average of the two quantities, rather than just the change relative to one point or the other.

Loosely speaking, this gives an "average" elasticity for the section of the actual demand curve—i. As a result, this measure is known as the arc elasticity , in this case with respect to the price of the good. The arc elasticity is defined mathematically as: This method for computing the price elasticity is also known as the "midpoints formula", because the average price and average quantity are the coordinates of the midpoint of the straight line between the two given points.

However, because this formula implicitly assumes the section of the demand curve between those points is linear, the greater the curvature of the actual demand curve is over that range, the worse this approximation of its elasticity will be. Together with the concept of an economic "elasticity" coefficient, Alfred Marshall is credited with defining PED "elasticity of demand" in his book Principles of Economics , published in If it is slow But if it is rapid, a small fall in price will cause only a very small increase in his purchases.

In the former case In the latter case The overriding factor in determining PED is the willingness and ability of consumers after a price change to postpone immediate consumption decisions concerning the good and to search for substitutes "wait and look".

On a graph with both a demand curve and a marginal revenue curve, demand will be elastic at all quantities where marginal revenue is positive. Demand is unit elastic at the quantity where marginal revenue is zero.

Demand is inelastic at every quantity where marginal revenue is negative. A firm considering a price change must know what effect the change in price will have on total revenue. Revenue is simply the product of unit price times quantity:. Generally any change in price will have two effects: For inelastic goods, because of the inverse nature of the relationship between price and quantity demanded i.

But in determining whether to increase or decrease prices, a firm needs to know what the net effect will be. Elasticity provides the answer: The percentage change in total revenue is approximately equal to the percentage change in quantity demanded plus the percentage change in price. One change will be positive, the other negative. As a result, the relationship between PED and total revenue can be described for any good: Hence, as the accompanying diagram shows, total revenue is maximized at the combination of price and quantity demanded where the elasticity of demand is unitary.

It is important to realize that price-elasticity of demand is not necessarily constant over all price ranges. The linear demand curve in the accompanying diagram illustrates that changes in price also change the elasticity: PEDs, in combination with price elasticity of supply PES , can be used to assess where the incidence or "burden" of a per-unit tax is falling or to predict where it will fall if the tax is imposed.

For example, when demand is perfectly inelastic , by definition consumers have no alternative to purchasing the good or service if the price increases, so the quantity demanded would remain constant. Hence, suppliers can increase the price by the full amount of the tax, and the consumer would end up paying the entirety.

In the opposite case, when demand is perfectly elastic , by definition consumers have an infinite ability to switch to alternatives if the price increases, so they would stop buying the good or service in question completely—quantity demanded would fall to zero. As a result, firms cannot pass on any part of the tax by raising prices, so they would be forced to pay all of it themselves.

In practice, demand is likely to be only relatively elastic or relatively inelastic, that is, somewhere between the extreme cases of perfect elasticity or inelasticity. More generally, then, the higher the elasticity of demand compared to PES, the heavier the burden on producers; conversely, the more inelastic the demand compared to PES, the heavier the burden on consumers.

The general principle is that the party i. Among the most common applications of price elasticity is to determine prices that maximize revenue or profit.