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For being such a hard worker, you are going to receive $50 to spend this weekend. How are you going to spend your $50? Explain your choices in terms of the equimarginal rule. Could your utility be changed if you were to make other spending choices? Why/why not?

I am not sure as to what and how to write this out can someone help me with an example.

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