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Hello /sci/ I was wondering if a kind Anon...
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Hello /sci/ I was wondering if a kind Anon could assist me for a second.

The trouble I have is with the question is:

A production formula is given as q = 5Log(1+(Qa^1/2)Qk)

Where Qa is the Quanity of labour and Qk is the quantity of Capital and Q is the total produced amount.

The question is as following:

Make the isoquant with Qa = 16 and Qk = 6 and Qa should be on the X Qk on y axis.

The price of one unit of labour is 4 units and that of capital is 2.

Now I have to make a chart of this but I have no clue how to integrate it.

So far I have solved q = 5Log(1+(Qa^1/2)Qk)

Where Q= 2 and Qk= 24/Sqrt(Qa)

How do I go from there?

Many thanks
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Nobody?
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>>7800653
For homework go to >>>/hm/
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>>7800709

It's not homework mate I'm genuinely failing to understand where to go from there.