Rule of one-half

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Rule of one-half [r]: A procedure for the estimating changes in the value of consumer's surplus on the assumption of a linear relationship between supply and demand - as a result of which the estimated value of the surplus is one-half of the product of the price change and the change in the quantity purchased. [e]

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