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# Kerry finds a big green ring in the street. she shows it to leroy, who says, "wow. that could be valuable." neither kerry nor leroy knows what the ring is made of or whether it is valuable. kerry sells the ring to leroy for \$100, saying, "don’t come griping if it turns out to be worth two dollars." leroy takes the ring to a jeweler who tells him it is an unusually perfect emerald, worth at least \$75,000. kerry sues to rescind (cancel a ) kerry will win based on fraud.(b) kerry will win based on mutual mistake.(c) kerry will win based on unilateral mistake.(d) kerry will lose.

Anewspaper boy is trying to perfect his business in order to maximize the money he can save for a new car. daily paper sales are normally distributed, with a mean of 100 and standard deviation of 10. he sells papers for \$0.50 and pays \$0.30 for them. unsold papers are trashed with no salvage value. how many papers should he order each day and what % of the time will he experience a stockout? are there any drawbacks to the order size proposed and how could the boy address such issues?