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Score: 0 of 1 pt 37 of 40 (36 O Main Menu Text Problem F-10 Sue consumes bottled water and soft drinks Her monthly budget for bottled water and soft drinks is $20.00. When the price of a bottle of water was $0 80 and the price of a bottle of soft drink was $2.00, Sues utility-maximizing combination was 20 bottles of water and 2 bottles of soft drinks. With her monthly budget and the price of a bottle of water remaining unchanged at $20.00 and $.0 80 respectively when the price of a bottle of soft drink fell to $1 00, Sues utility-maximizing combination changed to 20 bottles of water and 4 bottles of soft drinks Take a Quiz/Test 1.) Use the point drawing tool to locate the initial utility-maximizing point in the figure to the right. Label this point R 2) Use the point drawing tool to locate the utility-maximizing point after the price of soft drinks falls. Label this point T 3) Use the line drawing tool to draw the demand curve for soft drinks by joining the points. R. and T Label the line o Carefully follow the instructions above and only draw the required objects All parts showing

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