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Nigel’s Pub has a total budget of £128 per week to spend on cod and lamb. The price of cod is £16 per kilogram, and the price of lamb is £10 per kilogram.

1. Calculate Nigel’s budget constraint.

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4. THE OPPORTUNITY SET: CONSUMPTION, PRODUCTION, AND INVESTMENT CHOICE
nt Note: This exhibit shows Smith’s budget constraint if she has an income of $60 and must pay$0.50 per slice of bread and \$0.75 per ounce of wine. EXAMPLE 4 The Budget Constraint <span>Nigel’s Pub has a total budget of £128 per week to spend on cod and lamb. The price of cod is £16 per kilogram, and the price of lamb is £10 per kilogram. Calculate Nigel’s budget constraint. Construct a diagram of Nigel’s budget constraint. Determine the slope of Nigel’s budget constraint. Solution to 1: &#13