I'm having trouble fully understanding the following question. Can anyone help please?
p = e^(β0 + β1x) where β0 = 10.17 and β1 = -0.01581
dp/dx = β1e^(β0 + β1x)
A small change in mileage (x) will lead to a small change Δp in price.
They are related by the approximation:
Δp ≈ (dp/dx) Δx
Using this, derive an expression for the ratio of fractional change in price associated to a small change in mileage:
Hence find the percentage fall in price for every 1000 miles (x) travelled.