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LUTHER SETZERYour test grade is 76 percent The professor has configured this test to allow students to review: zQuestions answered incorrectly. zQuestions answered correctly. zStudents answers. zCorrect answers. Question 1 - Multiple Choice ID: 5155730CorrectQuestion: A video store believes there are two equally sized consumer groups with different values for two DVDs as follows: Segment 1 values DVD A at $10 and DVD B at $8 Segment 2 values DVD A at $4 and DVD B at $12 There are estimated to be 50 consumers in each group. The store currently has 100 of each DVD on hand. It paid $10 for each DVD. If distributor for $4 each. To maximize profit contribution from the sale (or return) of these DVDs the store shouldSet a standard price of $8 for each DVDSet a price of $10 for A and $12 for BOffer A and B together for a price of $16Offer A and B together for a price of $18None of the aboveQuestion 2 - Multiple Choice ID: 5155729- The correct answer has been circled.Question: A bidders' value for a good may be low ($2), medium ($5), or high ($7). There are an equal number of potential bidders havinauction at which the good is offered. The possible outcomes of the auction are listed below. What is the best estimate of the expected reminimum bid increment?
Question 3 - Multiple Choice ID: 5155737CorrectQuestion: If you are planning a common value auction and suspect that collusion may occur, which of the following should you NOT do?Question 4 - Multiple Choice ID: 5155773- The correct answer has been circled.Question: The owner of Bob’s Breakfast just bought Nancy’s Famous Breakfast across the street. They offer the same breakfast items omore elastic than Nancy’s Famous Breakfast. What should the owner do?