Consider a linear city model of phone services where consumers are uniformly distributed along the i

Consider a linear city model of phone services where consumers are uniformly distributed along the interval [0, 1]. There is, however, only one seller, AZ&Z, located at point 0 whose cost of service is 0. The consumer a8t location x2 [0, 1] receives the following (net) utility_Ux=<: (1="" x)n="" pif="" subscribestoaz&z.="" 0="" if="" notwhere="" nis="" the="" number="" of="" subscribers="" and="" pis="" the="" price="" of="" service.(a)(20)="" if="" az&z="" can="" price="" discriminate="" across="" consumers,="" what="" is="" its="" maximum="" profit?(b)(20)="" if="" az&z="" cannot="" price="" discriminate,="" what="" is="" the="" number="" of="" subscribers="" at="" price="" p="1">