How can we identify that something is elastic or inelastic, Microeconomics

How can we identify that something is elastic or inelastic? 

When demand of any commodity does not change with the change in price of that commodity that item is said by inelastic. When demand of any commodity alters with the change in price of that commodity that item is said by elastic. 

 

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