ECON 2001 - Suppose that George is interested

ECON 2001 - Suppose that George is interested

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Dot Image Suppose that George is interested in only two goods, cigars and scotch. Employ the indifference curve/budget line apparatus to show a case where a decrease in the price of cigars leads to an increase in George's scotch consumption. Does this imply that cigars and scotch are complements to George? Explain your answer.
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