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On Equity Consider the problem posed in dividing a 6 ounce chocolate bar between three kids: Jack, Jill, and Mary. The tables below give the utility, or satisfaction, each child derives from chocolate in a given day. From an egalitarian perspective, each kid should receive ________ ounces of chocolate. If the divide the bar up this way, Utilitarian Social welfare will equal __________ utils and Rawlsian Social Welfare will equal _________utils. Explain. In order to maximize Utilitarian Social Welfare, we should give Jack _________ ounces of chocolate, Jill _______ ounces of chocolate, and Mary ______ ounces of chocolate.
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Unformatted text preview: This particular distribution of chocolate will make Rawlsian Social Welfare equal to _______ utils. Explain. In order to maximize Rawlsian Social Welfare, we should give Jack _______ ounces of chocolate, Jill _______ ounces of chocolate, and Mary ________ ounces of chocolate. This particular distribution of chocolate will make Utilitarian Social Welfare equal to _______ utils. Jack Ounces of Chocolate Total Utility 1 10 2 18 3 24 4 28 Mary Ounces of Chocolate Total Utility 1 18 2 32 3 44 4 54 Jill Ounces of Chocolate Total Utility 1 10 2 15 3 18 4 20...
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