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Consequently, A must be a closed interval of the form [t, ∞). Similarly, strict monotonicity and the closedness of B in R+ imply that B must be a closed interval of the form [0, ¯t]. Now for any t ≥ 0, completeness of implies that either te x or te x, that is, t ∈ A ∪ B. But this means that R+ = A ∪ B = [0, ¯t] ∪ [t, ∞]. We conclude that t ≤ ¯t so that A ∩ B=∅. We now turn to the second question. We must show that there is only one number t ≥ 0 such that te ∼ x. 4), t1 e ∼ t2 e. So, by strict monotonicity, it must be the case that t1 = t2 .

12) The function v(p, y) is called the indirect utility function. It is the maximum-value function corresponding to the consumer’s utility maximisation problem. 12) is guaranteed to exist. If, in addition, u(x) is strictly quasiconcave, then the solution is unique and we write it as x(p, y), the consumer’s demand function. The maximum level of utility that can be achieved when facing prices p and income y therefore will be that which is realised when x(p, y) is chosen. Hence, v(p, y) = u(x(p, y)).

1), are the consumer’s Marshallian demand functions. 10) x2 (p, y) = pr−1 2 y . 11) Notice that the solutions to the consumer’s problem depend only on its parameters, p1 , p2 , and y. 11), will give different quantities of each good demanded. To drive this point home, consider Fig. 12. There, at prices p1 , p¯ 2 and income y¯ , the solutions to the consumer’s problem will be the quantities of x1 and x2 indicated. The pair (p1 , x1 (p1 , p¯ 2 , y¯ )) will be a point on (one of) the consumer’s demand curves for good x1 .