What was the degree of elasticity, Microeconomics

A newspaper recently lowered its price from 50 cents to 30 cents. As it did, the number of newspapers it sold increased from 240,000 to 280,000.

i)   Over this price range what was the elasticity of demand for this newspaper?

ii)  What was the degree of elasticity for the newspaper?

iii) A 1% change in the price of the newpaper led to a change in quantity demanded of ______?

iv) What happened the newspaper's total revenue as it dropped its price?

 

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