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If the prices of A, B, and C are $2, $3, and $1, respectively, and the consumer has $26 to spend on these three products, what combination of the

If the prices of A, B, and C are $2, $3, and $1, respectively, and the consumer has $26 to spend on these three products, what combination of the three products should be purchased in order to maximize utility?
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If the prices of A, B, and C are $2, $3, and $1, respectively, and the consumer has $26 to spend on these three
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