Assess your utility function in three different ways. a. Use the certainty-equivalent approach to assess your utility function for wealth over a range of 100 to $20,000. b. Use the probability-equivelent approach to assess U($1,500), U($5,600), U($9,050), and U($13,700). Are these assessments consistent with the assessments made in part a? c. Use the trade-off method to assess your utility function for values ranging from $100 to $20,000. Plot the assessments from part a, b, and c on the same graph and compare them. Why do you think they differ? Can you identify any biases in your assessment process?