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Given : Pf'(L)-w=0, Pf(L)=wL+c, f is twice diiferentiable, f'(L)>0, f''(L)<0, all variable are positive, w,c are exogenous variable and P & L are endogenous variable.

I am not able to find dP/dw and dP/dc ( these are partial derivatives)

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