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Expected Utility Theory An individual goes to the store to buy a new iClicker for $40 The clerk at the store tells the individual that the same

 Expected Utility Theory An individual goes to the store to buy a new iClicker for $40. The clerk at the store tells the individual that the same iClicker is on sale for $20 across campus. The individual goes to the other store. The same individual goes to the store to buy a new computer for $600. The clerk at the store tells the individual the same computer is on sale at the same store across campus for $580. The student does not go. Is this consistent with expected utility theory? Why or why not

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