Indifference Points and Indifference Curves
These points represent various combinations of biscuits and bananas. The number next to each represents the utility associated with that point. To construct indifference curves, we must connect points with the same level of utility. To see these indifference curves, click on the little circle to the left of the four red items under "Dependent Objects" in the panel to the left.
* To display indifference curves (actually only line segments in this example), in the lefthand margin, click on the circles to the left of the object labeled Uxx, where xx is the utility level of the indiference curve. * If you can't see the entire graph area, use your browser's zoom feature to zoom out until you do. Typically this is done with something like: View > Zoom > Zoom Out * If you don't see all the graph, right-click on the graphics area and choose "Show All Objects."