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Suppose that for George the marginal benefit per dollar spent on tuna is less than the marginal benefit per dollar spent on ham. The consumer can always increase his utility by buying:

▸ less tuna and more ham.

▸ more tuna and less ham.

▸ more of both goods.

▸ The consumer is already maximizing utility.
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Microeconomics: Principles, Applications, and Tools
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less tuna and more ham.
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Brilliant
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