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Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. No notes for slide. Skip to main content. None of the above. Suppose a caffeine-deprived man needs to wake up.
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Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Book details Author: Indifference curves a. All of the above. For an individual who consumes only two goods, X and Y, the opportunity cost of consuming one unit of X in terms of how much Y must be given up is reflected in a. None of the above. If bundles of goods A and B lie on the same indifference curve, one can assume the individual a.
If bundle A lies on an indifference curve and bundle B lies to the right of the curve, the individual a. Both a and b. That is, at the current consumption choices he or she is willing to give up 2 beers to get an extra steak.
Then in order to increase utility the individual should a. Not enough information to answer the question. Then the MRS of soft drinks for hot dogs —that is, the number of hot dogs the individual is willing to give up to get one more soft drink is a. The X-intercept of the budget constraint represents a. The slope of the budget constraint line is a.
If the price of X falls, the budget constraint a. What is the most cups of tea the student could buy?
What is the market tradeoff between coffee and tea? What is the algebraic expression of the budget? If you were going to write an algebraic expression of this budget line of the form.
B would be a. Suppose the student simply prefers more caffeine to less and that the tea sold has the same amount of caffeine as the coffee.