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I would say, d.
> Michael P wrote in [OPE-L:3836]:
> > The transformation problem [in the form of an
> > algebraic solution] does not make sense.
> Hi, Michael.
> What are you saying the problem is here? Is it:
> a) the idea that the transformation can be expressed algebraicly?
> b) the assumptions re fixed capital concerning the transformation?
> c) neither of the above?
> d) both of the above?
> Please explain.
> In solidarity, Jerry
-- Michael Perelman Economics Department California State University Chico, CA 95929
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