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Unformatted text preview: co/ee with 2 oz. of halfandhalf. (a) Draw Carols indi/erence curves for co/ee and halfandhalf. (b) Find Carols demand for co/ee and halfandhalf. (c) How much co/ee and halfandhalf will Carol purchase if she has $30 of income, the price of a cup of co/ee is $6 and the price of halfandhalf is $2? (d) Suppose that the price of co/ee rises to $11. How will her consumption change? (e) How much should Carols income be to compensate for the increase in the price of co/ee? 6. David has the following preferences over the consumption of x and y : U ( x;y ) = ln x + 2 ln y . (a) Find Davids uncompensated demand for x and y and use these to nd his indirect utility function. 1 (b) Use the ownprice Slutsky equation for x to determine the substitution e/ect. (c) Find the compensated demand for x and y and use these to &nd the expenditure function E ( p x ;p y ;U ) . 2...
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2008 for the course ECON 11 taught by Professor Cunningham during the Summer '08 term at UCLA.
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