How to find marginal rate of substitution

To calculate the marginal rate of substitution, the change in good x is divided by the change in good y: MRS( x , y ) = the marginal rate of substitution between both goods

Marginal Rate of Substitution

Marginal Rate of Substitute Formula = Y/ X where, Y Change in Good Y X Change in Good X The MRS formula shows that when the number of substitutes grows in the subsequent phases and the number of current resources decreases, the MRS falls. MRS representation in terms of marginal utility Limitations See more

Marginal Rate Of Substitution

The following equation is used to calculate a marginal rate of substitution. MRS = MU x / MU y Where MRS is the marginal rate of

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