Unitary price elasticity of demand curve

HoloIMAGine has patented a holographic technology which makes 3-D photography obtainable to consumers. So the demand curve facing HoloIMAGine has unitary price elasticity at: (i) output q1. (ii) output q3. (iii) output q4. (iv) output q6. (v) output q7.

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