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Suppose that the number of points on an economics mid term

Suppose that the number of points on an economics mid-term (P) can be characterized by the following production function:

P = 5H – 4B,

Where H is the number of hours spent studying for the exam and B is the number of beers consumed the week before the exam. Does the law of diminishing returns apply to H? To B? What does the typical isoquant look like for such a production function? Is the production function characterized by increasing, decreasing or constant returns to scale? Explain your answers.

P = 5H – 4B,

Where H is the number of hours spent studying for the exam and B is the number of beers consumed the week before the exam. Does the law of diminishing returns apply to H? To B? What does the typical isoquant look like for such a production function? Is the production function characterized by increasing, decreasing or constant returns to scale? Explain your answers.

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