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Law of diminishing marginal utility
 

A concept in economics which states that the additional utility (benefit) gained from consuming an extra unit of a good decreases with each additional unit that is consumed (all other things being equal). In other words, the consumption of the first unit of a good yields more utility than the consumption of the second unit of a good, and so on.

 

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