Abdullah loves donuts. The table below reflects the value Abdullah places on each donut he eats: Value of first donut$0.60Value of second donut$0.50Value of third donut$0.40Value of fourth donut$0.30Value of fifth donut$0.20Value of sixth donut$0.10a. Use this information to construct Abdullah’s demand curve for donuts.b. If the price of donuts is $0.20, how many donuts will Abdullah buy?c. Show Abdullah’s consumer surplus on your graph. How much consumer surplus would he has at a price of $0.20?d. If the price of donuts rose to $0.40, how many donuts would he purchase now? What would happen to Abdullah’s consumer surplus? Show this change on your graph. Question Two: Assume that Japan and Korea can switch between producing cars and producing airplanes at a constant rate. Hours Neededto Make 1Quantity Producedin 2400 Hours Car Airplane Cars AirplanesJapan301508016Korea5015048161- What is Japan’s opportunity cost of one car?2- Suppose Korea decides to increase its production of cars by 18. What is the opportunity cost of this decision?3- 3- In what product Japan has an absolute advantage? and in what product Korea has an absolute advantage ?