the bundle containing more bread, Microeconomics

Assume that John has the following preference relation over two goods, bread and bear (x1, x2). He strictly prefers any bundle x over y whenever x haves more bear than y, whatever the quantity of bread. If the two bundles have the similar amount o bear, he prefers the bundle containing more bread. Find John's indifference curves onthe space R2+.

 

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