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Studying: law (Bachelors) - Edinburgh University

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Hello, my name is Naana and I am studying Law at The University of Edinburgh. Extra tuition while growing up stressed me out until I had a tutor who taught me to enjoy learning. This gave me the support to build and develop a solid foundation in grasping different subjects. As a result of my initial stress with extra tuition, I took up tutoring to create engaging, interesting and tailor-made revision techniques and revision notes to meet each individual's need(s). I put a lot of preparation into my sessions and give high quality lessons.

Learning is fun when taught right and I cannot wait to show you. See you soon x

Hello, my name is Naana and I am studying Law at The University of Edinburgh. Extra tuition while growing up stressed me out until I had a tutor who taught me to enjoy learning. This gave me the support to build and develop a solid foundation in grasping different subjects. As a result of my initial stress with extra tuition, I took up tutoring to create engaging, interesting and tailor-made revision techniques and revision notes to meet each individual's need(s). I put a lot of preparation into my sessions and give high quality lessons.

Learning is fun when taught right and I cannot wait to show you. See you soon x

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Bachelor in International TradeDegree (Bachelors)First
EconomicsA-level (A2)A
Government and PoliticsA-level (A2)A*
Drama and Theatre StudiesA-level (A2)B
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How should I write the definitions of the different elasticities in an exam?

The first thing you should do is determine which elasticity you are being asked.

There are four different types of elasticities:

1. PED = Price Elasticity of Demand

2. YED = Income Elasticity of Demand

3. XED = Cross Elasticity of Demand

4. PES = Price Elasticity of Supply

Once you are clear which elasticity you are being asked about, write the full definition and the calculation as demonstrated below. If the question includes values, plug in the values and show your working out. 

Definitions and Calculations:

1. PED = Price Elasticity of Demand

PED measures the responsiveness or sensitivity of demand for a good due to a change in price.

PED = % change in Quantity Demand / % change in Price

2. YED = Income Elasticity of Demand

YED measures the responsiveness of demand for a good due to a change in income. 

YED = % change in Quantity Demand / % change in income

3. XED = Cross Elasticity of Demand

 XED measures the responsiveness in demand for good B due to a change in price of good A 

XED = % change in Quantity Demand of B / % change in Price of A

4. PES = Price Elasticity of Supply

 PES measures the responsiveness of supply due to a change in  price 

PES = % change in Quantity Supply / % change in Price

The first thing you should do is determine which elasticity you are being asked.

There are four different types of elasticities:

1. PED = Price Elasticity of Demand

2. YED = Income Elasticity of Demand

3. XED = Cross Elasticity of Demand

4. PES = Price Elasticity of Supply

Once you are clear which elasticity you are being asked about, write the full definition and the calculation as demonstrated below. If the question includes values, plug in the values and show your working out. 

Definitions and Calculations:

1. PED = Price Elasticity of Demand

PED measures the responsiveness or sensitivity of demand for a good due to a change in price.

PED = % change in Quantity Demand / % change in Price

2. YED = Income Elasticity of Demand

YED measures the responsiveness of demand for a good due to a change in income. 

YED = % change in Quantity Demand / % change in income

3. XED = Cross Elasticity of Demand

 XED measures the responsiveness in demand for good B due to a change in price of good A 

XED = % change in Quantity Demand of B / % change in Price of A

4. PES = Price Elasticity of Supply

 PES measures the responsiveness of supply due to a change in  price 

PES = % change in Quantity Supply / % change in Price

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