Hypothesis The production function expressed by total output Y The production function expressed by the per capita output y ( , N is the labor population) The variable A corresponding to the hypothesis of L Note      Assuming , , then , , so  where      K is calculated by the definition (where and r are from the statistical data), rather than calculated by the fixed assets.      A is different in the Cobb-Douglas function with the assumption of L. In , assuming , then The result of A is not only related to the calculation of w, but also to the dimensions of N and other variables. If the Equation (28) is calculated (where ), then Y and N using the different dimensions (such as Y and N dimensions were billion and thousands of people, or million and people), size A will be different. If the Equation (29) is calculated (where ), when K is calculated from , The result is not different from Equation (28); If the statistics “fixed assets and consumer goods” as K, then the Equation (29) A will be different from the results of Equation (28). Only the A calculated by assuming will not show different results, and is a dimensionless number.                            