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February 01, 2008

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Anela Chan

in question 13:
(c) If both capital K and labor L triple, what happens to total output Y? (d) Holding E=1, suppose that capital per worker increases from 4 to 8 and then from 8 to 12. What happens to output per worker?

Are you referring to alpha = .5, or a general case w/ any alpha?

Coleman Maher

when is this due?

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