hey in regards to the question on that atm machine and what pricing method they used i'm pretty sure its cost based. I mean cost based pricing = going rate +margin. In this particular case they are charging a specific margin eg $1.50 per customer who is from another bank. My teacher told us when she was tecahing this section that businesses often have multiple pricing methods that they apply to different customers. Also why would it be competitor based? And market based pricing refers to charging the highest possible price consumers will take without compromising demand.
also i was thinking the one on the restaurant who buys fish could be resource not intermediate market. I looked at my text book and resource is where the factors of production eg land, labour etc are sold - specifically under land it said water, trees, oil...- any natural product eg fish it also said businesses in this market buy resources to turn these into prodcuts or services eg buys fish turns it into dinner. Also the intermediate market involves businesses buying goods to resell them again eg the goods bought are FINAL not intermediate products, its called the intermediate market because the businesses buying the products act as the go between the manufacturer and the consumer eg think of woolworths buying coke then selling it to us. a restaurant is not going to buy raw fish then give it to consumers - it is not a final product.