a. Is ale a substitute for cakes or a complement? Explain.
b. Write an equation for Percy’s demand function for cakes where income and the price of ale are held fixed at $100 and $1.
c. Write an equation for Percy’s inverse demand function for cakes where income is $100 and the price of ale remains at $1.
i. At what price would Percy buy 30 cakes? Use blue ink to draw Percy’s inverse demand curve for cakes.
d. Suppose that the price of ale rises to $2.50 per unit and remains there. Write an equation for Percy’s inverse demand for cakes.
i. Use red ink to draw in Percy’s new inverse demand curve for cakes.
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