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What are the types of price elasticity of supply
jamilu Reply
What's are the types of elasticity
jamilu
what is effect of riaising in price to revenue
Shiyghan Reply
consumer consumption will reduce, as well as demand will fall.
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what cause inflation
Foday Reply
expenditure on capital goods by the business is known as?
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Shiyghan
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Shiyghan
capital expenditure
Zulkiful
fundamental of ecnomics
joseph Reply
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Amadou
fu fundamentals of economic problems
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what are the examples of price elasticity of supply
violet Reply
elastic, inelastic, unitary
joseph
Evaluate the impact of corona virus on the economy of china
Kelvin Reply
lose of global market unemployment Expenses low export
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The similarities and difference between the definition of prof Lionel Robbins and prof Paul ; A; Samuel son, each 5 definition
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What are the basic concepts of economic
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what ment for production
Foday
With the aid of appropriate diagram differentiate between change in demand
Jones Reply
explain demand
Alaka Reply
Demand is a quantity of goods and services a consumer is willing to buy at given price in a period of time.
Aliado
who break in bulk
Alaka
what is demands and it law
matthew Reply
Demands, is the quantity of agoods a consumer is willing to buy at given price in a give period of time where as the law of demand states that, the higher the price, the lower the quantity demanded and the lower the price, the higher the quantity demanded by consumers
Aliado
what is division of labour
Sunday Reply
The similarities and difference between the definition of prof Lionel Robbins and prof Paul ; A; Samuel son, each 5 definition
prince
Demand is set to be enlastic when its what
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Cant you speak in English
john
a little
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I do speak English.. the question is Demand is set to be elasticity went the dash *2
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if both %^ Increase in input & %^ increase in output, then it is elastic and = to 1.
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