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    Elasticity of Demand

    If q represents the number of lamps sold, and if p represents the price of each lamp, and if p and q are related by the equation : q = 60 - 0.1p , then calculate the elasticity of demand when p = 200. elasticity of demand =


    Not sure how to do this problem any help would be appreciated.
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    How does your book or course define "elasticity of demand"?
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