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where x and y denote, respectively, the number'of hours of skIlled and
current labor force consists of 35 hours of skilled labor and 49 hours of unskilled labor. Find the
marginal rate of technical substitution.
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where x and y denote, respectively, the number'of hours of skIlled and current labor force consists of 35 hours of skilled labor and 49 hours of unskilled labor. Find the marginal rate of technical substitution.

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