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Notice that the slope of the budget constraint is equal to –PB /PW, and it shows the amount of wine that Warren would have to give up if he were to purchase another slice of bread. If the price of bread were to rise, the budget constraint would become steeper, pivoting through the vertical intercept. Alternatively, if the price of wine were to rise, the budget constraint would become less steep, pivoting downward through the horizontal intercept. If income were to rise, the entire budget constraint would shift outward, parallel to the original constraint, as shown in Exhibit 7
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