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    Larry lives with his parents and enjoys listening to jazz. Because of his living arrangements, his only expense is on jazz music. To earn money to buy new albums, Larry must work. Larry has 16 hours per day he could spend listening to jazz or working. Each hour he works he earns $6. Each album costs him $12. Diagram Larry's budget constraint for new jazz albums and time spent listening to jazz. If Larry's parents require him to spend two hours per day doing chores around the house, what happens to his budget constraint? Does the requirement to do chores make Larry worse off?

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