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ZA1029
 one year ago
Can someone please graph what this utility function would look like: (theta, q) = theta(i).q  q^2/2 for 0 < q < theta(i)
ZA1029
 one year ago
Can someone please graph what this utility function would look like: (theta, q) = theta(i).q  q^2/2 for 0 < q < theta(i)

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ZA1029
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Or derive the demand function from this utility function
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