Microeconomics

The producer of X is contemplating a price change and has asked for your advice. After some empirical investigation, you conclude that the price elasticity of demand for X is 1.25. As an economist, what would you advise the producer to do in order to raise total revenue? Would you advise him to raise prices or lower prices of good x? Why? Explain.

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