Problem on Normal and Inferior Goods

Lobster is a normal good and peanut butter is a poorer good. When your income increases, you will most likely consume: (1) More of both the goods. (2) More lobster and less peanut butter. (3) More peanut butter and less lobster. (4) Less of both goods.

Can someone please help me in finding out the accurate answer from the above options.

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