### Consider a two-good two-factor two-firm two-consumer economy. Assume each firm produces a single good. The economy can be described as follows: [ begin{array}{c} u^{h}left(x_{1}^{h}, x_{2}^{h}right)=sqrt{x_{1}^{h}, x_{2}^{h}} text { for } h in{1,2} \ zeta_{f}^{h}left(zeta_{1}^{h}, zeta_{2}^{h}right)=(0.5,0.5) text { for } h in{1,2} \

Consider a two-good two-factor two-firm two-consumer economy. Assume each firm produces a single good. The economy can be described as follows: [ begin{array}{c} u^{h}left(x_{1}^{h}, x_{2}^{h}right)=sqrt{x_{1}^{h}, x_{2}^{h}} text { for } h in{1,2} \ zeta_{f}^{h}left(zeta_{1}^{h}, zeta_{2}^{h}right)=(0.5,0.5) text { for } h in{1,2} \