Q 3

In Problem 1, if demand in the United States is given by Q_{1} = 13,200 - 600p_{1}, where p_{1} is the price in the United States, and if the demand in England is given by 9,000 - 500p_{2}, where p_{2} is the price in England, then the difference between the price charged in England and the price charged in the United States will be
A) $4.
B) $2.
C) $0.
D) $12.
E) $6.

Q 4

In Problem 1, if demand in the United States is given by Q_{1} = 11,200 - 800p_{1}, where p_{1} is the price in the United States, and if the demand in England is given by 1,600 - 200p_{2}, where p_{2} is the price in England, then the difference between the price charged in England and the price charged in the United States will be
A) $8.
B) $3.
C) $6.
D) $0.
E) $9.

Q 5

In Problem 1, if demand in the United States is given by Q_{1} = 18,000 - 900p_{1}, where p_{1} is the price in the United States, and if the demand in England is given by 2,000 - 200p_{2}, where p_{2} is the price in England, then the difference between the price charged in England and the price charged in the United States will be
A) $10.
B) $0.
C) $11.
D) $5.
E) $15.