a. Lakshani has $200 to spend on sneakers and sweaters.

Sneakers cost $50 per pair, and sweaters cost $20 each.

She is thinking about buying 2 pairs of sneakers and 5

sweaters. She tells her friend that the additional utility

she would get from the second pair of sneakers is the

same as the additional utility she would get from the

fifth sweater

Sneakers cost $50 per pair, and sweaters cost $20 each.

She is thinking about buying 2 pairs of sneakers and 5

sweaters. She tells her friend that the additional utility

she would get from the second pair of sneakers is the

same as the additional utility she would get from the

fifth sweater

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