Managerial economics, economics, Microeconomics

A company a product using labor (L) and raw material (R) with Q = 80L^0.2 R^0.8. If labor costs $20 per hour and raw material $40 per unit, what is the optimal combination (least cost) of labor and raw material if the company wants to produce 1602 units of output? [The answers are may not be round numbers. You can round to 1 decimal point]
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