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Indifference curve: Slope of an indifference curve and marginal rate of substitution

The slope of an indifference curve represents the rate at which the consumer is prepared to trade-off one good for another good and is known as the marginal rate of substitution. As you move along the indifference curve the marginal rate of substitution changes.
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