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Rashida has a monthly income of $200.which sheallocates between two goods meat and potatoes,
(a)suppose meat cost$4 per pound and potatoes cost $2 per pound.drawv her budget constraint.
(b)suppose that her utility function is given by the equation u(M,P)=2M+P. WHAT COMBINATION OF MEAT AND POTATOES SHOULD SHE BUY TO MAXIMIZE HERU TILITY?(MEAT AND POTATOES ARE PERFECT SUBSTITUTE.)

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