### What is the absolute value of the own price elasticity

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If a price increase from \$5 to \$7 causes quantity demanded to fall from 150 to 100 and vice-versa, what is the absolute value of the own price elasticity at a price of \$7? Note that the question is about the price point of \$7, and not \$5.

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