Molly loves hamburgers and soft drinks, but insists on consuming exactly one soft drinkfor every two hamburgers that she eats.20-18-1.) Using the multipoint curve drawing tool, graph an indifference curve that isconsistent with Molly's preferences. Include the bundle with four soft drinks and eighthamburgers. Label this curve 'U,'.16-14-2) Using the multipoint curve drawing tool, graph another indifference curve showing ahigher level of utility for Molly. Include the bundle with six soft drinks and twelvehamburgers. Label this curve 'U,'12-10-8-ICarefully follow the instructions above, and only draw the required objects.6-4.2-0-10 1216 18 20Soft DrinksWhen using the multipoint curve tool, hit the key to end your line.Hamburgers

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Asked Oct 17, 2019
Molly loves hamburgers and soft drinks, but insists on consuming exactly one soft drink
for every two hamburgers that she eats.
20-
18-
1.) Using the multipoint curve drawing tool, graph an indifference curve that is
consistent with Molly's preferences. Include the bundle with four soft drinks and eight
hamburgers. Label this curve 'U,'.
16-
14-
2) Using the multipoint curve drawing tool, graph another indifference curve showing a
higher level of utility for Molly. Include the bundle with six soft drinks and twelve
hamburgers. Label this curve 'U,'
12-
10-
8-
I
Carefully follow the instructions above, and only draw the required objects.
6-
4.
2-
0-
10 12
16 18 20
Soft Drinks
When using the multipoint curve tool, hit the <esc> key to end your line.
Hamburgers
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Molly loves hamburgers and soft drinks, but insists on consuming exactly one soft drink for every two hamburgers that she eats. 20- 18- 1.) Using the multipoint curve drawing tool, graph an indifference curve that is consistent with Molly's preferences. Include the bundle with four soft drinks and eight hamburgers. Label this curve 'U,'. 16- 14- 2) Using the multipoint curve drawing tool, graph another indifference curve showing a higher level of utility for Molly. Include the bundle with six soft drinks and twelve hamburgers. Label this curve 'U,' 12- 10- 8- I Carefully follow the instructions above, and only draw the required objects. 6- 4. 2- 0- 10 12 16 18 20 Soft Drinks When using the multipoint curve tool, hit the <esc> key to end your line. Hamburgers

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