# Answer to Question #69319 in Other Economics for Aarthi Priyadharshini

Question #69319

The owner of a car wash is trying to decide on the number of people to employ based on the following short-run production function:

Q = 6L – 0.5L2

Where Q = Number of car washers per hour

L = Number of workers

a. Generate a schedule showing total product, average product, and marginal product, Plot this schedule on a graph.

b. Suppose the price of basic car wash (no undercoating, no waxing treatment, etc) in his area of business is $5. How many people should he hire if he pays each worker $6/hour?

c. Suppose he considers hiring students on a part-time base for $4/hour. Do you think he should hire more workers at this lower rate? Explain.

Q = 6L – 0.5L2

Where Q = Number of car washers per hour

L = Number of workers

a. Generate a schedule showing total product, average product, and marginal product, Plot this schedule on a graph.

b. Suppose the price of basic car wash (no undercoating, no waxing treatment, etc) in his area of business is $5. How many people should he hire if he pays each worker $6/hour?

c. Suppose he considers hiring students on a part-time base for $4/hour. Do you think he should hire more workers at this lower rate? Explain.

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