Please do Problems 1.11 (note this is question one dot eleven, not question one dot one — for some reason, many students make this error) and 4.1.
See the attached doc for both questions.
1.11-) Say that you are a manager for Bloomin’ Brands, the restaurant company that owns Outback Steakhouse. Your research department has determined that the demand from adults is different than the demand from seniors and has estimated the demand curves shown in Figures (a) and (b) . Your estimate of the marginal cost curve appears in Figure (c) .
a. To maximize your profit, how many dinners should you sell in a month?
b. What price will you charge for adult dinners? How many dinners will you sell to adults in a month?
c. What price will you charge for senior dinners? How many dinners will you sell to seniors in a month?
Accompanies problem 1.11.
4-1) Suppose that Energizer sells a package with one CR 123 battery for $11 and another package with two CR 123 batteries for $19. Can Energizer’s managers increase their profit by selling these two different packages, or should they sell only a one-battery package? Explain your answer.