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What happens to the marginal utility per dollar of shoes if the priece of shoes goes up, and how should consumers respond to this to maximize utility

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    Marginal utility per dollar doesnt change. However, with a price increase, I need more dollars to get a single pair of shoes. I would buy less shoes and more of something else.

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