Down and Out (“Down and Out in Paris and London” by George Orwell) are a nice couple with nice manners but they’ve got no money at all (“Nice People”, a famous English song of Flanagan and Allen from the Great Depression). They both receive welfare checks of $500 a month, which they can spend on housing and other goods. Each unit of housing costs $1 in the free market, as does each unit of other goods. Down and Out are eligible to receive a public housing unit, which provides them with an apartment that would cost them $1000 per month in the free market at a rent of $500 per month. Draw their budget set (the combination of housing and other goods that they can afford) in housing-other goods space. (Thus, housing is on the x-axis and other goods are on the y-axis).