economics...please help!
posted by Anonymous .
if a demand curve given is q=5/p.. and no variables for q or p are given, then the elasticity would just be q/p right? (because one would not be able to calculate it without knowing the values) or am i wrong? Thank you

right must have a price for a demand curve.
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