## Example

Ziggy runs a cookie factory. He has some ovens (K) and calls his grandma and his grandma's friends (L) to make cookies. Assume that the production function is $$ q \left( K, L \right) = 100 K L^2 $$

With `3` ovens and `2` grandmas, the factory produces 1,200 cookies: $$ q \left( 3, 2 \right) = 100 \times 3 \times 2^2 = 1200 $$

### Question

The cookie factory has the following production function `KL^2`

What is quantity of cookies produced with 2 ovens (K) and 1 grandmas (L)?

With 2 ovens (K) and 1 grandmas (L), the factory can produce $$ q (2, 1) = 2\times1^2 = 2 $$