A linear demand function expresses the demand q (for example annual sales) as a linear function of the unit price p. It has the form
Example The annual sales of your computer game "Cyber Raptor" is given by
where p is the price you charge per game. Thus, if you charge $35 per unit, you can expect to sell
games this year.
See the Topic Summary of Functions for more examples.
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