sales of y and the price of x, Strategic Management

(a)    What is the estimated equation of the model:

                SALES(Y) = b  + b PRICE(X)?


(b)    What sort of relationship exists among SALES OF Y and the PRICE OF X? Does this relationship make any sense? Why or why not?

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