ok i have (-1/4(27)^1/3 ) * 27/q =2/q

i have no idea how they got this can some one help

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- Apr 10th 2011, 04:36 PMmatlondonHelp with elasticties.
ok i have (-1/4(27)^1/3 ) * 27/q =2/q

i have no idea how they got this can some one help - Apr 10th 2011, 04:40 PMpickslides
Neither do I, what was the question? Who are they?

- Apr 11th 2011, 02:46 AMSpringFan25
The formula for an elasticity on a continuous demand function is:

$\displaystyle \epsilon = \frac{dq}{dp} \times \frac{p}{q}$

Im not sure what else you think we could say with the information you provided.