John earns $120 per week and likes to consume wine and cheese. His utilityfunction is of the form U(x,y)-x1/2y3/2 where x denotes the amount of cheeseconsumed and y the amount of wine. His marginal utilities are MUz andMUay/3/22x1/2solve for the optimal bundlewith the Hicksian Demands

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John earns $120 per week and likes to consume wine and cheese. His utility
function is of the form U(x,y)-x1/2y3/2 where x denotes the amount of cheese
consumed and y the amount of wine. His marginal utilities are MUz and
MUay/
3/2
2x1/2
solve for the optimal bundle
with the Hicksian Demands
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John earns $120 per week and likes to consume wine and cheese. His utility function is of the form U(x,y)-x1/2y3/2 where x denotes the amount of cheese consumed and y the amount of wine. His marginal utilities are MUz and MUay/ 3/2 2x1/2 solve for the optimal bundle with the Hicksian Demands

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