Flanders likes to run long races only. That is, he hates running for less than two hours (each of the first 120 minutes of running make him worse
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Flanders likes to run long races only. That is, he hates running for less than two hours (each of
the first 120 minutes of running make him worse than before) but, after 120 minutes of running,
each additional minute of running makes him feel better. Flanders has eight free hours a day.
1. Draw Flanders's budget line between hours spent running (measured on the horizontal
axis) and hours spent on other leisure activities (measured on the vertical axis). What is
the slope of the budget line? What is the economic meaning of that slope?
2. Flanders chooses to run five hours each day. Illustrate this in a budget line/Indifference
curve diagram (make sure the time spent running is measured on the horizontal axis.)
How does your diagram show he chooses to run five hours each day?

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