The slope of the demand curve is steeper in the case of the relatively inelastic demand curve.
The demand for a good is said to be inelastic when a given proportionate change in the price of a commodity brings about a less than proportionate change in the demand for the commodity. That is, the demand is less responsive to price. In such a case the demand curve is relatively steeper.
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