marginal physical product of labor, Microeconomics

#q7. Problem-solving question: Use the following data for a firm’s output at various levels of employment (L) to calculate: a) its marginal physical product of labor (MPPL) schedule; (b) its (MPPL/MRCL) schedule, given a fixed wage (W = MRCL) of $25 per hour per worker. (c) Assuming that capital (K) is held constant at 2 machines and MPPK/MRCK = 10, what is the least-cost input-combination of labor and capital and how much output is produced with that set of resources?
Number of Workers (L) Output (Q)
1 100
2 300
3 600
4 850
5 1000
6 1100

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