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We can expand Equation 23 algebraically by noting that the percentage change in any variable *x* is simply the change in *x* (denoted “∆*x*”) divided by the level of *x*.

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ns per week or liters per day, and it does not matter whether we measure price in dollars per gallon or euros per liter; 10 percent is 10 percent, and 8 percent is 8 percent. So the ratio of the first to the second is still –0.8. <span>We can expand Equation 23 algebraically by noting that the percentage change in any variable x is simply the change in x (denoted “∆x”) divided by the level of x. So, we can rewrite Equation 23, using a couple of simple steps, as Equation (24) Edpx=%ΔQdx%ΔPx=ΔQdxQdxΔPxPx=(ΔQdxΔPx)(PxQdx) To get a better ide

ns per week or liters per day, and it does not matter whether we measure price in dollars per gallon or euros per liter; 10 percent is 10 percent, and 8 percent is 8 percent. So the ratio of the first to the second is still –0.8. <span>We can expand Equation 23 algebraically by noting that the percentage change in any variable x is simply the change in x (denoted “∆x”) divided by the level of x. So, we can rewrite Equation 23, using a couple of simple steps, as Equation (24) Edpx=%ΔQdx%ΔPx=ΔQdxQdxΔPxPx=(ΔQdxΔPx)(PxQdx) To get a better ide

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