Calculation of market demand

To compute the market demand for air-filled mattresses, add up the: (i) Amounts demanded at each and every price. (ii) Amounts supplied at each and every price. (iii) Demand prices at each and every quantity. (iv) Supply prices at each and every quantity.

Find out the right answer from the above options.

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