# elasticity coefficient

The elasticity coefficient refers to a measure of the responsiveness or sensitivity of a variable, typically a product's demand or supply, to a change in another variable, such as price or income. It quantifies the extent to which the quantity demanded or supplied changes with respect to a change in the influencing factor and helps to understand the degree of flexibility or rigidity in the relationship between these variables.

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