We note the following graph
There are three different Indifference Curves on this graph.
An indifference curve shows a combination of two goods that give a consumer equal satisfaction and utility thereby making the consumer indifferent.
The goods on the axes are x1 and x2. Assuming they all represent the points at which our economic actor is indifferent to the bundles. How can the person be indifferent to the bundles of goods on each indifference curve, when the lowest indifference curve has less goods in each bundle, than any of the higher ones?
edit: I answered my own question, but would still love it if someone take a look at it, and told me if it makes sense