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When demand does not change much after a price change, demand is: A. inelastic B. elastic C. static D. variable

Economics - Financial Markets
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ok im like 99% sure its A lol
go with your gut my friend cause most the time your first answer is right. :)

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lol ok thanks guys :)
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