"A common marketing tactic among many liquor stores is to offer their clientele quantitiy (or volume) discounts. For instance, the second-leading brand of wine exported from Chile sells in the US for $8 per bottle if the consumer purchases up to 8 bottles. The price of each additional bottle is only $4. If a consumer has $100 to divide between purchasing this brand of wine and other goods, graphically illustrate how this marketing tactic affects the consumer's budget set if the price of other goods is $1. Will a consumer ever purchase exactly 8 bottles of wine? Explain."
Please read the question carefully as I believe it requires a graph that shows a kinked demand curve with y intercept at 100 going down to point (37/8) and then kinking out to 17; indicating that the customer can't buy exactly 8 bottles.
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