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Robert only consumes X and Y, and his indifference curves have the usual convex shape. Consider the consumption bundles (3, 9), (6, 6), and (9, 3)...

Robert only consumes X and Y, and his indifference curves have the usual convex shape. Consider the consumption bundles (3, 9), (6, 6), and (9, 3) (hint: they lie on a straight line). If Robert is indifferent between (3, 9) and (9, 3), then:


a) he prefers (3, 9) over (6, 6).
b) he prefers (9, 3) over (6, 6).
c) he prefers (6, 6) over both (3, 9) and (9, 3).
d) (a) and (b).

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Robert only consumes X and Y, and his indifference curves have the usual convex shape.
Consider the consumption bundles (3, 9), (6, 6), and (9, 3) (hint: they lie on a straight
line). If Robert is...

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