# Question: Do the following production functions have increasing decreasing or constant

Do the following production functions have increasing, decreasing, or constant returns to scale? Which ones fail to satisfy the law of diminishing returns?

a. Q = 4K1/2L1/2

b. Q = aK2 = bL2

c. Q = min (aK, bL)

d. Q = 4K + 2L

e. Q = K0.5L0.6

f. Q = K10.3K20.3L0.3

a. Q = 4K1/2L1/2

b. Q = aK2 = bL2

c. Q = min (aK, bL)

d. Q = 4K + 2L

e. Q = K0.5L0.6

f. Q = K10.3K20.3L0.3

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