pareto graphs, Public Economics

explanation and justify the condition of pareto optimality and verify the defination of contrect curve.
statment;
reallocation of the resources from 1 efficient point to another efficient point that cause the production of x increase and production of y decrease hold the condition of contrect curve.
statment;
reallocation of the resources of the resources that cause the production of x increase and production of y decreased to 1 efficient point to anotther efficient point also defined the contrect curve.
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