Suppose Timothy consumes two goods, soda and chips. The
slope of his indifference curve for these two goods reflects:?
-?the relative price of chips.
-?the rate at which he is willing to substitute one good for the other.
-?the total utility he gets from the consumption of the two goods.
-?the relative price of soda.
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