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# Ch.8 Econ 2020

Brie Burnett
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Exam 2
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Principles of Economics: Microeconomics
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Banerjee
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Microeconomics
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Date Created: 09/27/16
9/27/16 Ch. 8: Utility ­Utility=Satisfaction, happiness  Benefit obtained from consuming a good (not monetary value) ­Goal of Consumer  Maximize utility given our income   Def. Budget Line: boundary between the consumption possibilities that are  affordable and those that are not given the goods’ prices and consumer’s income   Budget  2 goods (hot chocolate and donuts)  Income= 1  QH= quantity of hot chocolate  QD= quantity of donuts  PH= price of hot chocolate  PD= price of a donut   I>PH*QH+PD*QD PH & QH= Expenditure on H PD & QD= Expenditure on D I= PH*QH+PD*QD o Ex) 20=2*QH+1*QD= budget line equation (QH, QD) Put QD=0 so QH is y­intercept & then put QH=0 so QD is y­intercept QH= (0,10) & QD= (20,0) o Slope of budget line: Change in QHx/Change in QDy= ­PDx/PHy o Y=mx+c  m=slope, c=y­intercept  20=2QH+QD ­2QH=­20+QD QH=10, QD=10 QH=­1/2QD+10 slope=­1/2=­PD/PH, y­int=10 o When price changes, slope changes o When income changes, slope remains constant   Preference and Utility ­Total Utility (TU)= total benefit a person gets from the consumption of goods ex) total satisfaction from cups of coffee ­Marginal Utility (MU)= the change in total utility that results from a unit  increase in the quantity of a good consumed ex) satisfaction from an extra cup of coffee ­Diminishing Marginal Utility Principle: As the quantity of the good consumed  increases, the marginal utility decreases

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