If Good C increases in price by 30% a pound, and this causes the quantity demanded for Good D to increase by 40%, what is the cross-price elasticity of the two goods? Round your answer to one decimal place.

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If Good C increases in price by 30% a pound, and this causes the quantity demanded for Good D to increase by 40%, what is the cross-price elasticity of the two goods? Round your answer to one decimal place.

 

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