Battle of the Forms Examples to post on blackboard

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Example 1: George, a bookseller, orders 200 books at $20 each, to be delivered by UPS by Sam, a book wholesaler. George’s offer further states that his offer to purchase the books is limited to the terms he has provided and no different or additional terms will be acceptable. Sam sends back a letter stating I accept your offer, but delivery will be by U.S. mail. Are both parties merchants? Are terms different or Additional or both? Is there a contract? What terms are included? Example 2: George, a bookseller, orders 200 books at $20 each, to be delivered by UPS by Sam, a book wholesaler. George’s offer further states that his offer to purchase the books is limited to the terms he has provided and no different or additional terms will be acceptable. Sam sends back a letter stating I accept your offer, with payment to be made in advance. Are both parties merchants? Are terms different or Additional or both? Is there a contract?
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