posted by Writeacher .
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that's not homework.the reason for me posting here is only for learning.
show therelationship of the compensating variation to the consumer surplus
measure of the same price rise. What factors affect how close these
two measures are to each other.
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the compensating variation is the income you need to spend in order to restore you to the orginal indifferent curve and the Consumer Surplus is the areas left of the demand curve .but...is that any relationship between that???