What do you mean by ‘monotonic preferences’?
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If and only if, a consumer's preferences are monotonic between any two bundles. The consumer prefers bundles that contain more of at least one good and no less of the other good than the other bundle. More of a commodity is always preferred by a rational customer since it provides him with a higher level of enjoyment.

 Example: If a buyer has the option to choose between bundles A(4,6) and B(4,2), he or she will choose bundle A since it contains more units of Good 2 than bundle B.
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