Draw and label demand curve for a cup of coffee for consumer, Microeconomics

Suppose the demand curve for a consumer for coffee is:

Q = 6 - 2P,

where Q represents the number of cups per day and P is the price of coffee per cup. 

1.  Suppose the consumer is at coffee shop 1. Coffee shop 1 charges $2.00 per cup. 

- Draw and label the demand curve for a cup of coffee for the consumer (please do not forget to specify the intercept of the demand curve for each of the axes).

- How many cups would she drink a day and how much would she spend a day at coffee shop 1?  Explain your answer and illustrate it on the graph. Hint: I would draw the incremental price of drinking a cup of coffee at the shop to show the number of cups the consumer chooses.

- What is the consumer surplus and the average price per cup?

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