
ELASTICITY AND DEMAND SLOPE: The slope of a straightline demand curve, one with a constant slope, has constantly change elasticity. No two points on a straightline demand curve as the same elasticity. The point of intersection between the demand curve and the vertical, price axis is perfectly elastic (E = ∞). The intersection point between the demand curve and the horizontal, quantity axis is perfectly inelastic (E = 0). The exact middle, or midpoint, of the demand curve is unit elastic (E = 1). The segment between the midpoint and the priceaxis intercept is relatively elastic (1 < E < ∞). The segment between the midpoint and the quantitYaxis intercept is relatively inelastic (0 < E < 1).
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