# How do you find the conditional demand function?

## How do you find the conditional demand function?

Conditional factor demand functions

- Optimal choices of factors are called the conditional factor demand functions. That is: L∗=L(w,r,q0) and K∗=K(w,r,q0)
- Optimal cost is the cost function. That is: c(w,r,q0)=wL(w,r,q0)+rK(w,r,q0)
- Notice: all this is in the “long run” because we are able to adjust all inputs.

**What are contingent demand functions?**

The contingent demand function tells the firm its demand as a function of its price, given the prices and quantities offered by other firms.

### What is input demand function?

The demand for inputs to the agricultural production process is a derived demand. That is, the input demand function is derived from the demand by buyers of the output from the farm.

**What is meant by conditional demand?**

In economics, a conditional factor demand is the cost-minimizing level of an input (factor of production) such as labor or capital, required to produce a given level of output, for given unit input costs (wage rate and cost of capital) of the input factors.

#### How do you calculate demand factor?

(1) Demand factor

- Demand Factor = Maximum demand of a system / Total connected load on the system.
- Demand factor is always less than one.
- Example: if a residence having 6000W equipment connected has a maximum demand of 300W,Than demand factor = 6000W / 3300W = 55%.

**What is a in Cobb Douglas function?**

K = capital input (a measure of all machinery, equipment, and buildings; the value of capital input divided by the price of capital) A = total factor productivity. α and β are the output elasticities of capital and labor, respectively. These values are constants determined by available technology.

## What is input demand microeconomics?

Each firm’s input demand curve is based on a constant product price. On the basis of the given product price, each firm demands more of an input when it is cheaper, in the hope of selling more at the going product price. Since all firms do so, the supply of the product increases, pulling down the product price.

**What is the condition for cost minimization?**

The Cost-Minimization Rule Cost is minimized at the levels of capital and labor such that the marginal product of labor divided by the wage (w) is equal to the marginal product of capital divided by the rental price of capital (r).

### What is cost minimization strategy?

Cost minimization is the process of reducing expenditures on unnecessary or inefficient processes. The goal of cost minimization strategy is to identify the area(s) in which a business can effectively reduce costs that will have the most beneficial effect on maximizing profits.

**What is conditional demand for capital?**