Illinois' daily demand for cans of diet cola is given by 10,000,000[2.00-P]. The accompanying marginal cost is $.40 per can. This implies that if Q cans of cola are sold, the corresponding price is P=2-Q/10,000,000. It turns out that the monopolist's marginal revenue is given by MR=2-[Q/5,000,000]. The Governor sold Coke a Monopoly across the state. a.) Graph Coke's demand, marginal cost, and marginal revenue curves. b.) Find the profit-maximizing price, quantity, producer and consumer surplus.