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i've never seen this type of model with human capital, and the derivatives of K and H seem to be different than what I find in literature about the subject. It's similar to mankiw romer weil (1992) footnote 12 equation

help! my answers to (a) seem to easy, and I can't figure out (b) using the my answer in (a). which is x=sk/sh

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    $\begingroup$ Homework questions are allowed on this forum BUT we require that a) you show your answers and work up to now and b) ask where specifically you are stuck before we provide any help. Also see here $\endgroup$ – Maarten Punt Dec 9 '19 at 11:54

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