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Consider the price-demand equation given by
8.
5
2, 500
Calculate E(0.25), where E is the elasticity of
demand, and select the correct
interpretations of the result.
Select all that apply:
O When p = 0.25 an increase in price
will result in increased revenue.
O When p = 0.25 the elasticity of
demand satisfies E(0.25) < 1,
which is inelastic.
When p = 0.25 the elasticity of
demand satisfies E(0.25) < 1,
which is elastic.
O When p =
will result in decreased revenue.
0.25 an increase in price
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Consider the price-demand equation given by 8. 5 2, 500 Calculate E(0.25), where E is the elasticity of demand, and select the correct interpretations of the result. Select all that apply: O When p = 0.25 an increase in price will result in increased revenue. O When p = 0.25 the elasticity of demand satisfies E(0.25) < 1, which is inelastic. When p = 0.25 the elasticity of demand satisfies E(0.25) < 1, which is elastic. O When p = will result in decreased revenue. 0.25 an increase in price

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