If the price of apples rises from $3.50 a pound to $4.00, and my consumption of apples drops from 30lbs. of apples to 20lbs.; what would be the price elasticity of demand of apples. My figures are all wrong; how would I calculate it.
A grade six class is having a fundraiser. The class boys have three bags of apples. Each bag has 24 apples. The total cost of the three bags of apples is $12.24. The class sells the apples for 0.75 each. How much will the class gain …
Posted by rfvv on Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 12:10am. 1. I didn't eat apples or pears. 2. I didn't eat apples and pears. ================ #1 mean "I didn't eat apples. I didn't eat eat pears, either." Am I right?
If a grocery store, apples are sold in two different ways . you can buy individual apples for $0.75 each or you can buy 5 apples for $ 3.25. If you were buying 10 apples, which way would you purchase apples to get the better deal?