Short run costs, Economics, Microeconomics

A film studio in Hollywood produces movies according to the function
q = F(K;L) = (2=100)K^0.5L^0.5
In the short run, capital (studios, gear) is xed at a level of 100. It costs $40 (in thousands) to
rent a unit of capital and $10 (in thousands) to hire a unit of labor (actors, stuntmen, camera crew
etc.).
What is the fi xed cost? What is the variable cost as a function of output q?
(b) What is the marginal cost (MC) and the average cost (AC) of a movie? What is the average
variable cost and average fixed cost?
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