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Describe the shape taken by the indifference curve of perfect substitutes

      

Describe the shape taken by the indifference curve of perfect substitutes

  

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Dana
Two good are said to be perfect substitutes if the consumer is willing to substitute one good for another at a constant rate. The indifference curves for perfect are parallel lines

Dana05 answered the question on August 15, 2019 at 13:59


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