You live in a town with 300 adults and 200 children,

You live in a town with 300 adults and 200 children, and you are thinking about putting on a play to entertain your neighbors and make some money. A play has a fixed cost of $2,000, but selling an extra ticket has zero marginal cost. Here are the demand schedules for your two types of customer:Price: Adults Children 0 09 100 08 200 07 300 06 300 05 300 1004 300 2003 300 2002 300 2001 300 2000 300 200a. To maximize profit, what price would you charge for an adult ticket? For a child’s ticket? How much profit do you make?b. The city council passes a law prohibiting you from charging different prices to different customers. What price do you se for a ticket now? How much profit do you make?c. Who is worse off because of the law prohibiting price discrimination? Who is better off? Quantify the changes in welfare.d. If the fixed cost of the play were $2,500 rather than $2,000, how would your answers to parts (a), (b), and (c) change?

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