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# Demand for your tie-dyed T-shirts is given by the formula q=51080p 0.5 where q is the number of T-shirts you can sell each month at a price of p...

Demand for your tie-dyed T-shirts is given by the formula

q=510−80p0.5

where q is the number of T-shirts you can sell each month at a price of p dollars. If you currently sell T-shirts for $15 each and you raise your price by $2 per month, how fast will the demand drop? (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.)