When price decreases and with it the total outlay on a commodity also decreases, it is a case of:

A. Perfect elasticity (infinitely elastic)

B. Relative elasticity (greater than one elasticity)

C. Perfect inelasticity (zero elasticity)

D. Relative inelasticity (less than one elasticity)

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