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Demand and the law of demand


Emily is a rational consumer who gets utility from socks and music lessons, and she considers both of these goods normal goods. Her marginal utility from socks is 50 utils and the price of socks is $5 per pair. Her marginal utility from music lessons is 600 utils and the price of music lessons is $60
If the price of music lessons falls to $20, which of the following best describes the income and substitution effects?
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