Definitions for "Elasticity"
The quality of being elastic; the inherent property in bodies by which they recover their former figure or dimensions, after the removal of external pressure or altering force; springiness; resilience; tendency to rebound; as, the elasticity of caoutchouc; the elasticity of the air.
Power of resistance to, or recovery from, depression or overwork; -- usually referred to as resilience[3].
The hair's ability to stretch without breaking and then return to its original shape. Determines how well the hair will "hold" a curl.
A measure of responsiveness of one economic variable to another -- usually the responsiveness of quantity to price along a supply or demand curve -- comparing percentage changes (%) or changes in logarithms (d ln). The arc elasticity of with respect to is = %/%. The point elasticity is = d ln/d ln = ( y/x).
The degree to which a price change for an item results from a unit change in supply (called supply elasticity) or a unit change in demand (called demand elasticity). opposite of inelasticity.
The degree to which the price of an item changes to accomodate a change in either supply or demand.
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the quality or condition of being elastic.
Linked to the structure of the dermis and one of the skin's most important qualities, characterizing its youthfulness.
Elasticity, or rebound, also plays a decisive role in the quality and comfort of foam elements. It is generally expressed as a percentage. Elasticity is gauged by dropping a steel ball onto the foam and meausuring the height of its rebound. A value of 70% would mean that the steel ball has rebounded to 70% of its initial altitude. EUCAFLEX - Quality types attain on average between 40 and 50%, whereas EULASTIC HR - Quality types attain 50 to 60%.
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The opposite of Rigidity.
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Molecular Synaptic
The flexibility of the paint film, much needed on plastics and fiberglass.
1) The condition or property of being elastic: flexibility.
This term is sometimes used incorrectly in the context of an ink or varnish film to describe its flexibility. In this sense its use is not recommended.
Elasticity is used to measure the exact amount of volume shift responding to the variable under scrutiny.
a measure of the responsiveness of one variable to another.
refers to the tendency of a tax to move in tandem with personal income in a state. For example, when personal income rises, a steeply graduated income tax tends to rise still more, and as such is considered to be elastic.
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The range of viability for a product/service.
Equity Carve Outs Expected completion time
In mathematics, elasticity of a differentiable function f at point x is defined as
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a unit-free measure