Construct a graph showing equilibrium in the market for movie tickets. Label both axes and denote the initial equilibrium price and quantity as P0 and Q0. For each of the following events, draw an appropriate new supply or demand curve for movies, and predict the impact of the event on the market price of a movie ticket and the number of tickets sold in the new equilibrium situation:
a. Movie theaters double the price of soft drinks and popcorn.
b. A national video rental chain cuts its rental rate by 25 percent.
c. Cable television begins offering pay-per-view movies.
d. The screenwriters’ guild ends a 10-month strike.
e. Kodak reduces the price it charges Hollywood producers for motion picture film.

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