Chapter 10 - The Logic of Individual Choiceto purchase with $6. Assume the price of one Weight Watcher’s frozen dinner is $2 and the price of one dozen jelly donuts is $1. His total utility is given in the following table. Jelly DonutsFrozen DinnersTotal UtilityMU per DollarTotal UtilityMU per Dollar000011212121161682219923216832766346147430334460053000542-4-2628-2-2636-6-3Kent will buy 2 frozen dinners and 2 dozen donuts.Kent will by 2 dozen donuts and 0 frozen dinners2. Given the following Marginal Utility functions for goods X and Y, complete the following table.Good XTotal UtilityGood YTotal Utility130.0030.0013030245.0015.0025828355.0010.0038426462.507.50410824568.506.00513022673.505.00615020777.794.29716818881.543.75818416984.873.339198141087.873.0010210121190.602.7311220101293.102.501222881395.412.311323461497.552.141423841599.552.0015240216101.431.8816240017103.191.7617238-218104.861.6718234-419106.441.5819228-620107.941.5020220-8a. At which point is total utility maximized for good X? What happens if you consume beyond that point?
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