Demand Equation : Helen's Health foods usuallt sells 400 cans of Pro pac Muscle Punch per week when the price is $5 per can. After experimenting with prices for sme time, Helen has determined that the weekly demand can be found by using the equation d+600-40p Where d is thenumber of cans and p is the price per can. Will Helen sell more or less Muscle Punch if she reaises her price from$5?

What happesn to her sales everytime she raises her price $1? Need help with this not good with story problems, Please 2. Originally Posted by fancyface Demand Equation : Helen's Health foods usuallt sells 400 cans of Pro pac Muscle Punch per week when the price is$5 per can. After experimenting with prices for sme time, Helen has determined that the weekly demand can be found by using the equation

d=600-40p

Where d is thenumber of cans and p is the price per can.

Will Helen sell more or less Muscle Punch if she reaises her price from $5? No the coeficient of price in the demand function is negative so demand falls with increasing price. What happesn to her sales everytime she raises her price$1?
Demand/sales will fall by 40 units.

RonL