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aztec enterprises depends heavily on advertising to sell its products. management at aztec is allowed to spend $2million monthly on advertising, but no more than this amount. each month, aztec spends exactly $2million on advertising. what is aztec's elasticity of demand for advertising? can you write the equation for aztec's demand for advertising?

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    Assuming aztec will always spend $2million, no more no less, The PRICE elasticity of demand would be -1.

    P*Q = 2million

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