Technology of production, Microeconomics

The Technology of Production

*  The Production Process

- Combining inputs or the factors of production to attain an output

*  Categories of Inputs (or the factors of production)
- Materials

- Labor

- Capital

* Production Function:

- Indicates highest output which a firm can produce for every specified combination of inputs given the state of technology.

- Shows what is feasible technically when firm operates efficiently.

*  The production functions for the two inputs:

  Q = F(K,L)

        Q = Output, K = Capital, L = Labor

*  For the given technology 

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