Question #70633

Cross-price elasticity refers to?

The formula for cross-price elasticity is?

Suppose computer prices at an office supply store fall from $1,000 to $900 and as

a result the quantity demanded of typewriters decreases from 40 to 20 per month.

The cross-price elasticity of demand is closest to?

Assume apples and oranges are substitutes. Suppose apple growers launch a

successful advertising campaign that convinces consumers apples are a better

product. As a result the cross-price elasticity of apples and oranges will become?

Suppose the price of video games falls from $40 to $20 and as a result the

quantity demanded of scooters falls from 40,000 to 10,000 per year. The value of

the cross-price elasticity of demand is?

i need answers with explanations

The formula for cross-price elasticity is?

Suppose computer prices at an office supply store fall from $1,000 to $900 and as

a result the quantity demanded of typewriters decreases from 40 to 20 per month.

The cross-price elasticity of demand is closest to?

Assume apples and oranges are substitutes. Suppose apple growers launch a

successful advertising campaign that convinces consumers apples are a better

product. As a result the cross-price elasticity of apples and oranges will become?

Suppose the price of video games falls from $40 to $20 and as a result the

quantity demanded of scooters falls from 40,000 to 10,000 per year. The value of

the cross-price elasticity of demand is?

i need answers with explanations

Expert's answer

a) Cross price elasticity of demand refers to the percentage change in the

quantity demanded of a given product due to the percentage change in

the price of another "related" product.

b) The formula for cross-price elasticity is E c = ((P A 1 +P A 2 )/(Q 1 B +Q 2 B ))*((Q 2 B -Q 1 B )/ /(P A 2 -

P A 1 )).

c) E c = (($1000+$900)/(40+20))*((20-40)/($900- $1000))= 6,33

d) With a well-run advertising company, the sales of apples have skyrocketed, and

the number of oranges sold will decrease, so cross-elasticity will decrease.

e) E c = (($40+$20)/(40000+10000))*((10000-40000)/($20- $40)) = 1,8.

quantity demanded of a given product due to the percentage change in

the price of another "related" product.

b) The formula for cross-price elasticity is E c = ((P A 1 +P A 2 )/(Q 1 B +Q 2 B ))*((Q 2 B -Q 1 B )/ /(P A 2 -

P A 1 )).

c) E c = (($1000+$900)/(40+20))*((20-40)/($900- $1000))= 6,33

d) With a well-run advertising company, the sales of apples have skyrocketed, and

the number of oranges sold will decrease, so cross-elasticity will decrease.

e) E c = (($40+$20)/(40000+10000))*((10000-40000)/($20- $40)) = 1,8.

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