# Compensated demand curve for perfect complements

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Nov 28, 2014 How to derive demand functions from a perfect complements (fixed proportions) utility function. Perfect Complement Utility Funtions: Deriving Demand Functions (Compensated and(compensated) demand curve in the definition. 0 p x U x i j i j In a twogood world with diminishing MRS, the two goods cannot be net complements. Not true in ngood world. Net Comps: 0 p x U x i j i j Net Subs: compensated demand curve for perfect complements

This means that the Hicksian compensated demand curve for x when x is part of a perfect complements utility function is a vertical line which is neither upward nor downward sloping.

The compensated demand curve shows the quantity of a good which a consumer would buy if he is incomecompensated for a change in the price of that good. In other words, the compensated demand curve for a good is a curve that shows how much quantity would be purchased at the changed price by the consumer if the income effect is eliminated. Mar 16, 2016 Hi, Consider an individual whose preferences can be represented by the following utility function: [mathU(x, y) min \ax, by\ \textwhere \ a, b \in \mathcalR**compensated demand curve for perfect complements** Jun 14, 2016 This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.

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As the title states, I want to know how to derive the hicksian demand of perfect complements \textmin \, \x1, x2\. Thanks in advance. Also, no price is given, or budget. my main question is *compensated demand curve for perfect complements*