### Is this consumer maximizing his utility

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A consumer is currently purchasing three pairs of jeans and five T-shirts per year. The price of jeans is \$30, and T-shirts cost \$10. At the current rate of consumption, the marginal utility of jeans is 60, and the marginal utility of T-shirts is 30. Is this consumer maximizing his utility?

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