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By Don D. Ratnayaka, Malcolm J. Brandt

ISBN-10: 0080520804

ISBN-13: 9780080520803

ISBN-10: 0340720182

ISBN-13: 9780340720189

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18 Effect of price on water demand When water is sold by meter the theoretical price-demand relationship applying is: Q = kp e where Q is the demand at price P per unit of consumption, k is a constant for the particular units used and e is the coefficient which measures the 'elasticity' of the demand. Since price increases will tend to cause a reduction in the demand, Q is proportional to the inverse of P, hence e is negative. e. changes of P cause almost proportional changes in Q. g. 2 a 29% price increase of P would only cause Q to decrease by 5%.

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