# s. economics

Brooke and Georgia are neighbors. Each have 40 hours per week. Brooke needs 5 hours to paint a beautiful picture and 2 hours to make a picture frame. Georgia takes 8 hours to paint an equally beautiful picture and 4 hours to make a picture frame. What two conditions are necessary for Brooke to produce on her PPF?

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