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Suppose that for Sarah the marginal benefit per dollar spent on pork exceeds the marginal benefit per dollar spent on chicken. Sarah can always increase her utility by buying:

▸ more pork and less chicken.

▸ more of both goods.

▸ less pork and more chicken.

▸ Sarah is already maximizing utility.
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