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Question: Assume Ralph has $10 to spend on pizza, sundaes, or some combination of the two. Assume the price...

Show transcribed image text Assume Ralph has $10 to spend on pizza, sundaes, or some combination of the two. Assume the price of a slice of pizza (P_P) is $2, and the price of a sundae (P_I) is $3. The total utility from consuming various quantities of pizza and sundaes are in the table. Knowing that Ralph is a utility maximizer, fill out the table and use it to predict the quantities of slices of pizza and ice cream sundaes Ralph would purchase with $10 (do not submit the filled-out table). How many slices of pizza and ice cream sundaes does Ralph Purchase with $10? How do you know?

Assume Ralph has $10 to spend on pizza, sundaes, or some combination of the two. Assume the price of a slice of pizza (P_P) is $2, and the price of a sundae (P_I) is $3. The total utility from consuming various quantities of pizza and sundaes are in the table. Knowing that Ralph is a utility maximizer, fill out the table and use it to predict the quantities of slices of pizza and ice cream sundaes Ralph would purchase with $10 (do not submit the filled-out table). How many slices of pizza and ice cream sundaes does Ralph Purchase with $10? How do you know?