The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2002 that school voucher programs do not violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment, provided that parents, not the state, direct where the money goes. Educational vouchers are increasingly used in various parts of the United States. Suppose that the government offers poor people a $5,000 education voucher, which can be used only to pay for education. Doreen would be better off with $5,000 in cash than with the educational voucher. In a graph, determine the cash value, V, Doreen places on the education voucher (that is, the amount of cash that would leave her as well off as with the educational voucher). Show how much education and â€œall other goodsâ€ she would consume with the educational voucher or with a cash payment of V.