Transaction Costs-Process of trial and error

In an uncertain globe, people are supposed to try to make best use of their satisfaction by: (1) Determining in advance the mixture of goods that maximizes the utility and then purchasing this mix. (2) The procedure of trial and error. (3) Making marginal decisions till disutility stops growing. (4) Minimizing their electric bills and gas.

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