Suppose and produce only cell phones and digital music players. Assume that each country uses only labor to produce each good, and that the cell phones and digital music players made in and are exactly alike. The table below shows how much each country can produce of each good with one hour of labor: Part 2 Output per Hour of Labor Cell Phones Digital Music Players Part 3 Suppose that and do not trade with each other. Each has hours of labor with which to produce cell phones and digital music players, and the countries are currently producing amounts of each good shown in the table below: Part 4 Consumption with Hours of Labor Cell Phones Digital Music Players Part 5 Assume now that each country specializes in producing that good in which it has a comparative advantage. Further, assume for simplicity that one cell phone can be traded for one digital music player. Part 6 If trades cell phones for digital music players with , then, with trade, will be able to consume the same number of digital music players and enter your response here additional cell phones (enter a numeric response using an integer), and will be able to consume the same number of cell phones and enter your response here additional digital music players.