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a different consumer, and assume that each week this consumer buys only hot dogs and tickets to baseball games. The price of a hot dog is $2, and the price of a baseball game is $60. If the consumer s income is $128 per week, what quantity of each item will he purchase each week at a consumer optimum?
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