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TRUE or FALSE revenue and elasticity question
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Which of the following statements are true (T) and which are false (F)? No justi cation required, only the answer counts. The company Blissful Batteries Inc. sell replacement batteries for Opple's oPad. In the following, p denotes the unit price of these batteries in dollars and q the quantity sold. We assume that the function q(p) is differentiable with q0(p) < 0. Blissful Batteries Inc. sell 10000 batteries per week at $5.00 each. (d) If the replacement battery is a price unit elastic good at a unit price of $5.00, if their total cost function is of the form C(q) = a+bq with constants a; b > 0 and management increases the price by a small amount, then their pro t decreases. (e) If the replacement battery is a price inelastic good at every unit price and management decreases the unit price by 0.2%, then quantity demanded increases by less than 0.2%. (f) If the replacement battery is a price inelastic good at every unit price and management decreases the unit price by 1%, then quantity demanded decreases by more than 1%.

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