a. For each consumers, what is the best (first-degree price discrimination, profit maximizing) offer to make to that consumer? What is the total profit dealing with these two consumers?
b. Suppose the firm sets an entry fee plus per-unit price for each consume. It can tailor the entry fee and the per-unit price to the individual consumer. What are the best (profit-maximizing) entry fees and per-unit prices for it to set? What is the total profit in this case?
c. Suppose the firm must charge a single linear price for its output, in nondiscriminatory fashion. What is the best (profit-maximizing) price for it to charge? What is the total profit?
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