**Point** **Cross** Price **Elasticity** **of** **demand** =(dQ/dPx)*(Px/Q)
dQ/dPx=100
We have calculated in part (a), Q=54500 at Px=$95
Put these values in the formula as under
**Point** **Cross** Price **Elasticity** **of** **demand** =(dQ/dPx)*(Px/Q)=100*95/54500=0.174312
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