Suppose Paul Has Chosen A Combination Of Two Goods A And B Such That Marginal Ut

1. Suppose Paul has chosen a combination of two goods, A and B, such that marginal utility per dollar spent for good A (MUA/PA) is .6 and the marginal utility per dollar spent for good B (MUB/PB) is 1. To increase utility with the same amount of money, Paul should:

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