A consumer has an income of $1,000 to spend on food and medicine. The price of one unit of food is $5 and the price of one unit of medicine is $10. For each question, write down the mathematical expression of the budget constraint and draw it carefully. Put food on the x-axis and medicine on the y-axis. Label the incercepts, slopes, and kinks. 1. Suppose the consumer receives coupons for 50 units of food and those can only be used to buy food. 2. Suppose the consumer receives coupons for 50 units of food and can sell the coupons at half of the market price of the food. 3. Instead of the coupon, the consumer receives a 10% discount for additional units of food that exceed 100 units. That is, the consumer pays $5 for each of the first 100 units and $4.5 for each additional unit.

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