Statement of Demand Prices

I have a problem in economics on Statement of Demand Prices. Please help me in the following question. Demand prices are stated as the relative: (1) Prices sellers charge for goods whether we purchase or not. (2) Values that individual subjectively put on having a bit more of good. (3) Prices of goods in terms of the other. (4) Subjective values to the suppliers of selling a bit more of good.

Select the precise one.

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