In microeconomics, total revenue is all the revenue that the company receives for the goods and services it sells.
It is calculated as the price that it sells items for times the number of items it sells.
Total Revenue = Price x Quantity
Units are selling at $20 per unit and 400 are sold.
Total Revenue = $20 x 400 = $8,000
Therefore, total revenue is $8,000.
- Khan Academy – Total Revenue and Elasticity – Part of a larger course on microeconomics. This video overviews the concept of total revenue.
- Wikipedia – Total Revenue – Wikipedia’s page on total revenue and how it is used.
- Lumen – Reading: Elasticity and Total Revenue – Part of a larger course on microeconomics. This page describes total revenue in the context of elasticity.