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    Explain what is meant by the term elasticity and briefly discuss its main determinants. Using diagrams, equations and real life examples try to examine this concept in the airline industry.
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    Fairly easily. Do some research into price wars ect and the different types of carriers. You really shoudnt be asking this question.
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    (Original post by jedpea)
    Fairly easily. Do some research into price wars ect and the different types of carriers. You really shoudnt be asking this question.
    Who are you to say she shouldn't be asking for help? Its hard to ask for help, especially so when people like you make out that the person in need of help is stupid.

    My advice would be to camp out at the library, read as widely as possible - giving as many views on an arguement as you can then deciding which line you take. Good luck.
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    (Original post by digimon)
    Who are you to say she shouldn't be asking for help? Its hard to ask for help, especially so when people like you make out that the person in need of help is stupid.
    I'm not agreeing with the person you quoted at all but a topic like elasticity is easy to Google :yep:

    OP it might just be easier for us to help you if you ask us what you're actually stuck on. Just stating the question at hand probably isn't the best way to get advice; if you don't know what elasticity means then ask that. If you are stuck on the diagrams, mention that and ask specifically.

    Help us help you.
 
 
 
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