Tania really enjoyed the salads sold at her local grocery store, so she purchased five of them to eat throughout the week. The first salad is delicious,
and Tania eats it quickly, looking forward to the next one. The second day, the next salad is also good. By the third day, some of the ingredients in the
next salad are starting to go bad, and by the fourth day, Tania cannot bring herself to eat any more and throws away the remaining salads.
Which statement would be unlikely in economic terms?
Tania achieved utility maximization with her purchase of five salads.
Tania would achieve higher marginal utility by eating something other than the fourth salad.
Tania would achieve higher marginal utility if she purchased fewer salads.