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Unformatted text preview: Prove that F is homogeneous of degree one if both G and H are. b. Give a counterexample to show that the fact F is homogeneous of degree one does not always imply that G and H are homogeneous of degree one. c. Let H K , L L . Prove that F is homogeneous of degree one iff G is also homogeneous of degree one. 3. Romer 1.1 4. Romer 1.2 Assume in this question that during the time t 1 to t 2 that the growth rate increases linearly from 0 to a . 5. Mathmatically describe the function X t in Romer 1.2. Hint: What is the growth rate of the function Y t e b 2 t 2 ?...
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