# Calc

Find the elasticity of demand​ (E) for the given demand function at the indicated values of p. Is the demand​ elastic, inelastic, or neither at the indicated​ values?
q=410 - 0.2 p^2
a.​\$21
b.\$39

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1. recall that
E = dq/dp * p/q

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