Estimate the firm operating efficiently, Managerial Economics

Suppose you are an efficient expert hired by a manufacturing firm that uses two inputs, labor (L) and capital (K). The firm produces and sells a given output. You have the following information:

PL = Rs 4, PK = Rs 100, MPL = Rs 4, MPK = Rs 40.

a) Is the firm operating efficiently? Why or Why not?

b) What should the firm do?

 

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