Lagrangian Example Problem

Suppose a consumer's preferences are described by the utility function:

$U=F^{2/5}S^{3/5}$

The consumer has an income $Y=100$. The price of shelter is 1 ($p_s=1$) and the price of food is 10 ($p_f=10$). Use the lagrangian method to find the consumer's demand for food and shelter, if her goal is to maximize utility subject to her budget constraint.

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