Consumer behaviour - marginal utility, economics, Microeconomics

Given the following table
MUx MUx/Px Qty MUy MUy/Py
80 40 1 68 17
52 26 2 32 8
20 10 3 28 7
16 8 4 24 6
8 4 5 20 5
a)Determine the price of product x and y.
b)What is the total utility attained by the individual from consuming products x and y in equilibrium?
c)How much should the individual have at the equilibrium point?
d) If the price of product y decreases by 1 pound, derive the new consumption equilibrium point.
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