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used to answer the previous questions.CHOCOLATE {Bars per week)ICE CREAM [Cones per weekIWith the information revealed by Manuel's indifference curves, you cantellthat he strictly prefersbundles F and A~to bundle H, that he strictly prefers bundle H tobundles G, E, and 0is indifferent between bundle H andbundles C and B~., and that he
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10. Calculatingthe marginal rate of substitution (MRS)Sunita enjoys eating muffins and scones. The graph below displays one of Sunita's indifference curves, which showsher preference for scones and muffins per month.SCONESPER MONTH100908070605040302010oc0oIndifferenceCurveo5101520253035404550MUFFINS PER MONTHBetween points A and B, Sunita's marginal rate of substitution is __
Between points C and D, Sunita's marginal rate of substitutionis __
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11. Indifference curves and consumer optimumRobert, who lives in Miami, makes frequent long-distance phone calls to stay in touch with friends who live in NewYork and Lima. Eachcall to New York costs 2<1:per minute, and each call to Lima costs 5<1:per minute. Assume thatRobert buys one $20 calling card for long-distance phone calls each month.

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