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Unformatted text preview: Demand Analysis Downward­Sloping Demand Curve for Hamburgers Representative Utility Function for the Consumption of Goods and Services Representative Indifference Curves Based on Table 4.1 Data Indifference Curves with Continuous Substitution of X and Y Income and Substitution Effects Following a Reduction in the Price of Goods Optimal Market Baskets for Consumption Consumption Effects of Changes in Budget and Relative Prices Completely Inelastic Demand Curve: = 0 Completely Elastic Demand Curve: = ­ Price Elasticity of Demand Varies Along Price Elasticity of Demand Varies Along a Linear Demand Curve Relations Among Price Elasticity and Marginal, Average, and Total Revenue ...
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  • Spring '10
  • DICK
  • representative, inelastic demand curve, Downward­Sloping Demand Curve, Consumption of Goods and Services

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