Calculus

posted by .

the demand for ground chuck(hamburger) in a certain region of the US is given by q= 3.41p^-0.22. is the demand for ground chuck elastic or inelastic

  • Calculus -

    inelastic

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Ecconomics

    Price elasticity of demand.Tell whether is elastic,perfectly inelastic,perfectly elastic, inelastic,or unit elastic. And what would happen to total revenue if a firm raised its price in each elasticity range identified.a.Ed=2.5 b.Ed=1.0 …
  2. fun

    how much wood could a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood?
  3. Mircoeconomics: Elasticity

    Please help! I have a mid-term test in a couple of minutes... -------------- If the demand for some good fluctuates, but supply is constant, then which of the following combinations would generally yield the greatest quantity fluctuations?
  4. home economics

    Suppose that 200 gallons of gasoline are demanded at a particular price. If the price drops by 1 percent, the quantity demanded of gasoline increases to 200.5 gallon. which of the following statement is true?
  5. 1st grade

    How much wood could a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck would
  6. Calculus (demand)

    18) The demand equation is x + 1/6p - 10+0. Compute the elasticity of demand and determine whether the demand is elastic, unitary, or inelastic at p=50. a) 5; elastic b) 1/9; inelastic c) 7/6; elastic d) 6; elastic I choose answer …
  7. calculus

    18) The demand equation is x + 1/6p - 10+0. Compute the elasticity of demand and determine whether the demand is elastic, unitary, or inelastic at p=50. a) 5; elastic b) 1/9; inelastic c) 7/6; elastic d) 6; elastic I choose answer …
  8. Calculus

    For the following demand equation compute the elasticity of demand and determine whether the demand is elastic, unitary, or inelastic at the indicated price. (Round your answer to three decimal places.) x + (1/9)p - 27 =0 ; p=23
  9. Math - Limits/Derivatives

    If a price-demand equation is solved for p, then price is expressed as p = g(x) and x becomes the independent variable. In this case, it can be shown that the elasticity of demand is given by E(x) = - [g(x) / xg'(x)]. Use the given …
  10. Algebra Math

    Please put this into an equation problem= Chuck has 8.25 gigabytes on his hard drive. Chuck wants to load 3 movies in the drive that take up 3.6,2.8, and 4.1 gigabytes each. To make room for the movies, Chuck plans to delete a 2.3 …

More Similar Questions