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# Theory of demand

When demand and quantity demand is in same direction then elasticity of demand is positive or negative Rupesh Virat

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Query is not clear. if you are referring to this based on a book, please share a screenshot. will be helpful Sriram Somayajula

16-Jun-20

Query is not clear. if you are referring to this based on a book, please share a screenshot. will be helpful

If pirce increases by 50% if demand also increases by 50% then price elasticity of demand is -1or1 explain Rupesh Virat

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16-Jun-20

When the percentage change in quantity demanded is equal to that in price, price elasticity of demand is unit (or unitary) elastic (Ed = â??1) . CA Inter

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When the percentage change in quantity demanded is equal to that in price, price elasticity of demand is unit (or unitary) elastic (Ed = â??1) .

But price and demand increasing in same direction so we should take +1or -1 Rupesh Virat

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17-Jun-20

When the price and the demand increase/decrease, in same proportion (say both increase/decrease by 10%), then the elasticity of demand will be +1. in different proportions (say both increase or decrease - demand by 10% and price by 4% or vice-versa), then the elasticity of demand will be positive. CA Inter

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Please refer pages2.38, 2.40 and 2.41 of study material. Link below https://resource.cdn.icai.org/46695bosfnd-p4-cp2-u1.pdf Price Elasticity when computed is negative, as price and demand of a product are inversely related. However elasticity is stated usually without the sign & is written as a positive number. The value of elasticity varies from 0 to infinity In your question if 50% change in price results in 50% change in demand then elasticity is Unitary i.e exactly 1 with +ve sign Elasticity is greater than one when the percentage change in quantity demanded is greater than the percentage change in price. In such a case, demand is said to be elastic. Elasticity is less than one when the percentage change in quantity demanded is less than the percentage change in price. In such a case, demand is said to be inelastic Sriram Somayajula

17-Jun-20

Here demand is in same direction so which sign we should allot to it 1or-1 Rupesh Virat

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19-Jun-20

Here demand and price is in same direction .so my question is if price increases by 50 percentage then if demand exeptionally increased by 50 percentage then we allot positive sign or negative sign Rupesh Virat

CA Foundation

865

19-Jun-20

When the price and the demand increase/decrease, in same proportion (say both increase/decrease by 10%), then the elasticity of demand will be +1. in different proportions (say both increase or decrease - demand by 10% and price by 4% or vice-versa), then the elasticity of demand will be positive.

Iam not asking about proportions. My question is if price increases demand increased expectionally then which sign we should allot to it positive or negative Rupesh Virat

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19-Jun-20

Rupesh Virat

Here demand and price is in same direction .so my question is if price increases by 50 percentage then if demand exeptionally increased by 50 percentage then we allot positive sign or negative sign

Which sign we will take Rupesh Virat

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19-Jun-20

Rupesh Virat

Which sign we will take

Price Elasticity does not have a negative sign. It is always stated as a positive value only Sriram Somayajula

19-Jun-20

Relation between price and demand is opposite Zeeyan KOKA

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18-Aug-20

When the percentage change in quantity demanded is equal to that in price, price elasticity of demand is unit (or unitary) elastic (Ed = â??1) .

+1,-1 Vivek raj gaming

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