Increase of utility when marginal utility drops

Generally, as more of a good is consumed, the point is ultimately reached where the total: (1) And marginal utility of the good increase. (2) And marginal utility of good drop. (3) Utility carries on rising however marginal utility drops. (4) Utility drops and its marginal utility increases.

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