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Question 1Question 1Question 1Question 1 (4 pts)(4 pts)(4 pts)(4 pts)1.Consider an individual who likes living in cities with more people, but also is reasonably set in his ways.Specifically, if he is comparing two cities whose populations are within 50,000 of each other, he would beindifferent between the cities, since the population change wouldn’t be enough for him to change hisbehavior.However, if he is comparing two cities in which the difference in population is more than50,000, then he strictly prefers the larger city.Which of the following is an accurate statementconcerning his preferences over city size.
2.Consider an individual who likes attending universities with fewer people, but also is reasonably set in hisways.Specifically, if he is comparing two universities whose populations are within 5,000 of each other,he would be indifferent between the universities, since the population change wouldn’t be enough for himto change his behavior.However, if he is comparing two universities in which the difference inpopulation is more than 5,000, then he strictly prefers the smaller university.Which of the following isan accurate statement concerning his preferences over university size.

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Codrin
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Utility, Food Costs
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