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 Suppose that Robin budgets $12/week for Wings 'N' Suds. The price of buffalo wings is$0.50 while ... Suppose that Robin budgets $12/week for Wings 'N' Suds. The price of buffalo wings is$0.50 while the price of Coca-Cola is \$1.50.Which of the following is (are) true?• At point C, the consumer is said to be in equilibrium.• At point C, the slope of the budget line and the MRS are not equal.• The optimal combination of goods for Robin is 12 buffalo wings and 4 of Coca-Cola drinks.• Both At point C, the consumer is said to be in equilibrium and The optimal combination of goods for Robin is 12 buffalo wings and 4 of Coca-Cola drinks• All of these Source  Download Introduction to Agricultural Economics Edition: 7th Authors: Penson, Rosson, Woodward Read 3 times 2 Replies
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