moved in, we say that its

utility curve is absolute, not

Based on this input, our

utility curve looks like the Days in the Shop graph in the Reliability section of Figure 3.

Also, it can be noticed that all the upper set of

utility curve are convex that illustrates the property of quasi-concavity of utility function.

Let's take the

utility curve of the average delay as an example.

All parties involved with the

utility curve will be glad you did.

A mathematician might draw a

utility curve to find the point at which it no longer makes sense to shell out for a service; everyone else just goes on their gut feeling.

In fact, in comparing the marginal-

utility curves of Tom, Dick, and Harry Class, there are any number of reasons why Harry's marginal

utility curve might decline less steeply than Tom's and Dick's.

When there is a proportional cost, the customer's

utility curve is tangent to the more shallow budget line at a point [[beta].

The representation used by Wicksteed in the Alphabet was the marginal

utility curve y = a/(x + b) - 1 (sometimes represented as y = (c - x)/(x + b), where c = (a - b)) and a corresponding logarithmic total

utility curve of the general form y = a ln (x + b) - ln b - x.

The departmental teaching load (DTL)

utility curve is asymmetric around the normal departmental teaching load (NDTL).

Other demonstrations in Fox's series show an animated skier skiing down a consumer indifference curve and a small hamburger riding to the top of a total

utility curve.

3] The inverse relationship between amenity value and population in equation [5] can be seen by considering the area under the marginal

utility curve of amenity.