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`"Price Elasticity of Supply" = "Change in Quantity of Supply" / "Price Change" `

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The **Price Elasticity of Supply** calculator computes the ratio of the percent change in the quantity supplied over the percent changes in the price of a good.

**INSTRUCTIONS**: Enter the following:

- Percent Change in Quantity
- Percent Change in Price

**Price Elasticity of Supply: **The calculator returns the elasticity as a real number.

Price Elasticity of Supply is a ration that indicates how much a change in the supply is affected by the change in price.

The formula for the Price Elasticity of Supply is:

PES = PCQ / PCP

where:

- PES is the Price Elasticity of Supply
- PCP is the Percent Change in Price
- PCQ is the Percent Change in Quantity

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- Mankiw, N. Gregory. "Chapter 5:The Elasticity of Supply."
*Principles of Macroeconomics*. 6th ed. Mason, OH: Thomson/South-Western, 2004. 97. Print.