As Lynn eats more pizza, we would typically expect her marginal utility from eating pizza to:
C)stay the same.
D)equal the price of pizza.
The term marginal utility denotes the amount by which ________ changes when consumption changes by ________ unit(s).
A)total utility; 1
D)total utility; 10
Laura's total utility from consuming 8, 9, and 10 bonbons is 35, 42, and 45, respectively. Her marginal utility from the 9ᵗʰ bonbon is ________.
When Lorenzo eats 1 slice of pizza for lunch, his total utility is 23, and when he eats 2 slices of pizza for lunch, his total utility is 42. Assuming that Lorenzo's marginal utility from eating pizza is always positive, we can infer that his total utility from eating 3 slices of pizza at lunch is:
A)greater than 42 and less than 84.
B)greater than 42 and less than 46.
C)greater than 42 and less than 61.
D)greater than 23 and less than 42.