Let's first identify the information that has already been presented to us in the problem:

- We know that the elasticity coefficient (Ed) is 2.5 since the problem tells us that the price elasticity for demand of the product is 2.5.
- We know that the price change is that of $0.20, since the starting price of the product was $2.00 and the price cut resulted in the product costing $1.80. This translates to a percentage change in price of 10%.

With this information in mind, we can now consider the formula necessary to solve this problem:

Ed = percentage change in Qd / percentage change in Price

Let's plug in the numbers we have:

2.5 = percentage change in Qd / 10

When we solve for the percentage change in quantity demanded, we find that there has been a 25% change. In other words, the correct answer would be "C"!

The correct answer to this is C. This change in price should lead to a 25% increase in quantity demanded.

In order to understand why this is so, let us start with the equation for finding the elasticity coefficient. That equation is:

Elasticity coefficient = percentage change in quantity demanded / percentage change in price

We are already given the elasticity coefficient so we know that

2.5 = percentage change in quantity demanded / percentage change in price

Furthermore, we know how much the price has changed. We know that the price was originally $2 and it dropped to $1.80. That is a 20 cent drop on an original price of $2.00. 20/200 = .1 so the percentage change in price is 10 (because the price dropped by 10 percent).

We are now left with the equation:

2.5 = percentage change in quantity demanded / 10

Using algebra, we multiply both sides by 10. That gives us **25% = percentage change in quantity demanded**.

Thus, we can see that C is the correct answer. The drop in price leads to a 25% change in quantity demanded.