Tim consumes only apples and bananas. He prefers more apples to fewer, but he gets tired of bananas. If he consumes fewer than 29 bananas per week, he thinks that 1 banana is a perfect substitute for 1 apple. But you would have to pay him 1 apple for each banana beyond 29 that he consumes. The indifference curve that passes through the consumption bundle with 30 apples and 39 bananas also passes through the bundle with A apples and 21 bananas, where A equals
a. 25.
b. 28.
c. 34.
d. 36.
e. None of the above.