# Consider two utility functions, U(c1, c2) and V(c1, c2) that satisfy V(c1, c2) = 5U(c1, c2). Show...

## Question:

Consider two utility functions, U(c1, c2) and V(c1, c2) that satisfy V(c1, c2) = 5U(c1, c2). Show that the indifference curve maps of U and V are identical. Suppose 5 is replaced by any positive number, is the result still true?

## Indifference curve:

This curve shows the level of satisfaction individuals can enjoy by utilising 2 different commodities. All the points on this curve yield the same level of utility, so that person is indifferent to the particular combination he consumes.