##### Wiktionary

**total revenue**

n. (context economics English) The revenue from each item multiplied by the number of items sold

##### Wikipedia

**Total revenue**

**Total revenue** is the total receipts of a firm from the sale of some given quantities of a product.

It can be calculated as the selling price of the firm's product times the quantity sold, i.e. total revenue = price × quantity, or letting TR be the total revenue function: *T**R*(*Q*) = *P*(*Q*) × *Q*

where *Q* is the quantity of output sold, and *P*(*Q*) is the inverse demand function (the demand function solved out for price in terms of quantity demanded).

#### Usage examples of "total revenue".

In 1999, Iraqi oil smuggling amounted to about $350 million, or roughly 5 percent of its __total revenue__.

Four times a year they pay you back a commission that they list as foreign expenses, which brings your effective __total revenue__ back up to fifty percent.