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Economic Definition of rule of consumer equilibrium. Defined.

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Term rule of consumer equilibrium Definition: A condition of consumer equilibrium and utility maximization stating that the marginal utility-price ratio for all goods are equal. This rule is a handy way of checking for consumer equilibrium and utility maximization. If the rule is not satisfied, then consumer equilibrium and utility maximization are not achieved.

 

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