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anonymous
 one year ago
You have to rent cars and hire drivers for the transportation. If you rent C cars, and hire D drivers, your utility function is U=min(C, D), because you have to find one driver for one car. Suppose car rental price is $50 per day, and driver’s salary is $100 per day. Your budget is $1200. Draw the indifference curves and budget constraint. How many cars should you rent and how many drivers do you hire to maximize your utility?
anonymous
 one year ago
You have to rent cars and hire drivers for the transportation. If you rent C cars, and hire D drivers, your utility function is U=min(C, D), because you have to find one driver for one car. Suppose car rental price is $50 per day, and driver’s salary is $100 per day. Your budget is $1200. Draw the indifference curves and budget constraint. How many cars should you rent and how many drivers do you hire to maximize your utility?

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