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anonymous
 3 years ago
Miss Muffet always likes to have things "just so". In fact, the only way she will consume her curds and whey is 2 Units of Curds with 1 Unit of Whey.
I know the Utility function is U=min(2W, C)
Miss Muffet has $12. P for curds is $1, and P for Whey is $2.
What is the utility maximizing bundle?? and how!?
anonymous
 3 years ago
Miss Muffet always likes to have things "just so". In fact, the only way she will consume her curds and whey is 2 Units of Curds with 1 Unit of Whey. I know the Utility function is U=min(2W, C) Miss Muffet has $12. P for curds is $1, and P for Whey is $2. What is the utility maximizing bundle?? and how!?

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anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0\[Pc \times C + Pw \times W = M \] so \[C +2W=12\] and also 2W=C so solving above 2 equations, v get 4W=12 W=3 n C=6
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