# Refer to the table below. If the subscription price for a sports app is \$2 per week, the subscription price of a game app is \$1 per week, and a student has \$9 per week to spend, what quantities will she purchase at a consumer optimum?Quantity of Sports Apps per weekMarginal Utility (utils)Quantity of Game Apps per WeekMarginal Utility (utils)11,20011,70021,00021,400380031,100460048005400550061006200

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Refer to the table below. If the subscription price for a sports app is \$2 per week, the subscription price of a game app is \$1 per week, and a student has \$9 per week to spend, what quantities will she purchase at a consumer optimum?

 Quantity of Sports Apps per week Marginal Utility (utils) Quantity of Game Apps per Week Marginal Utility (utils) 1 1,200 1 1,700 2 1,000 2 1,400 3 800 3 1,100 4 600 4 800 5 400 5 500 6 100 6 200

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Step 1

Given,

The subscription price for a sports app Ps is \$2 per week.

The subscription price for a game app Pg is \$1 per week.

A student has \$9 per week to spend.

Step 2

The budget constraint of student is:

Step 3

Here, M is the income of student per week and QS and QG are the quantity of sports Apps and game Apps respectively.

Since ut...

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