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In mathematics, the **elasticity** or **point elasticity** of a positive differentiable function *f* of a positive variable (positive input, positive output)^{[1]} at point *a* is defined as^{[2] }**using functions and their derivatives**

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It is thus the ratio of the relative (percentage) change in the function's output \(f(a)\) with respect to the relative change in its input \(a\), for infinitesimal changes from a point .

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In mathematics, the **elasticity** or **point elasticity** of a positive differentiable function *f* of a positive variable (positive input, positive output)^{[1]} at point *a* is defined as^{[2] }**using functions and their derivatives**

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In mathematics, the **elasticity** or **point elasticity** of a positive differentiable function *f* of a positive variable (positive input, positive output)^{[1]} at point *a* is defined as^{[2] }**using functions and their derivatives**

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It is thus the ratio of the relative (percentage) change in the function's output \(f(a)\) with respect to the relative change in its input \(a\), for infinitesimal changes from a point .

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the elasticity or point elasticity of a positive differentiable function f of a positive variable (positive input, positive output)[1] at point a is defined as[2] using functions and their derivatives meaning in words: <span>It is thus the ratio of the relative (percentage) change in the function's output \(f(a)\) with respect to the relative change in its input \(a\), for infinitesimal changes from a point . <span><body><html>

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er:filter:minify-css:7:3904d24a08aa08f6a68dc338f9be277e */ Elasticity of a function From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search <span>In mathematics, the elasticity or point elasticity of a positive differentiable function f of a positive variable (positive input, positive output)[1] at point a is defined as[2] or equivalently It is thus the ratio of the relative (percentage) change in the function's output with respect to the relative change in its input , for infinitesimal changes from a point . Equivalently, it is the ratio of the infinitesimal change of the logarithm of a function with respect to the infinitesimal change of the logarithm of the argument. The elasticity of a function is a constant if and only if the function has the form for a constant . The elasticity at a point is the limit of the arc elasticity between two points as

the elasticity or point elasticity of a positive differentiable function f of a positive variable (positive input, positive output)[1] at point a is defined as[2] using functions and their derivatives meaning in words: <span>It is thus the ratio of the relative (percentage) change in the function's output \(f(a)\) with respect to the relative change in its input \(a\), for infinitesimal changes from a point . <span><body><html>

er:filter:minify-css:7:3904d24a08aa08f6a68dc338f9be277e */ Elasticity of a function From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search <span>In mathematics, the elasticity or point elasticity of a positive differentiable function f of a positive variable (positive input, positive output)[1] at point a is defined as[2] or equivalently It is thus the ratio of the relative (percentage) change in the function's output with respect to the relative change in its input , for infinitesimal changes from a point . Equivalently, it is the ratio of the infinitesimal change of the logarithm of a function with respect to the infinitesimal change of the logarithm of the argument. The elasticity of a function is a constant if and only if the function has the form for a constant . The elasticity at a point is the limit of the arc elasticity between two points as

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