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When deciding consumption levels of more than one good, the

Question : When deciding consumption levels of more than one good, the : 7979

When deciding consumption levels of more than one good, the utility-maximizing rule states that you are maximizing utility when

the marginal utility o two goods are equal

the marginal utility of two goods are zero

the ratio of marginal utility to price of two goods is zero

the ratio of marginal utility to price for the two goods are equal

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