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    Demand function

    Question is in the link. I was thinking that the way to get rid of the e is to take the ln of both sides, but can you even take then ln of 0?
    Help is much appreciated!

    http://img42.imageshack.us/img42/4577/22729885.jpg (just zoom it in, and my cursor is beside the x, its supposed to be (b) x =500 units).

    Thanks,

    Auger
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    Quote Originally Posted by Auger View Post
    Question is in the link. I was thinking that the way to get rid of the e is to take the ln of both sides, but can you even take then ln of 0? why get rid of the e ?
    Help is much appreciated!

    http://img42.imageshack.us/img42/4577/22729885.jpg (just zoom it in, and my cursor is beside the x, its supposed to be (b) x =500 units).

    Thanks,

    Auger




    just substitute in the given x-values and evaluate p
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