Budget constraints, Microeconomics

Budget Constraints 

* The Budget Line

- The budget line indicates all the combinations of 2 commodities for which total money spent equals the total income.

* The Budget Line

- Let F equal the amount of food which is purchased, and C is amount of clothing.

- Price of food = Pf and price of clothing = Pc

- Pf F is the amount of money spent on food, and PcC is amount of money spent on clothing.

* The budget line then can be given by: 

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