anonymous
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solve the formula for the specified variable: A=1/2bh for h
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anonymous
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Is it \[A={1 \over 2bh}?\]
anonymous
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your solving for h
anonymous
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I am asking if what I wrote above is the original expression?

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anonymous
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If so, then: \[(2Ab)h=1 \implies h={1 \over 2Ab}\]
anonymous
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its A=1/2(one half)bh
anonymous
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But if the original expression is: \[A={1 \over 2}bh\] then: \[h={2A \over b}\]
anonymous
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thank you!
anonymous
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np.
anonymous
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can you try and help me with some other?!
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Yeah.
anonymous
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the total cost in dollars for a certain company to produce x empty jars to be used by a jelly producer is given by the function C(x)=.07x=12,000. find C(90,000), the cost of producing 90,000 jars
anonymous
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Is it C(x)=0.7x-12,000?
anonymous
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A.) $63,000 B.) $75,000 C.) $12.70 D.) $90,012
anonymous
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I don't want choices. You made a mistake in writing the formula. I want you to check it. Is +12,000 or -12,000?
anonymous
  • anonymous
positive 12,000
anonymous
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If so, then the cost of 90,000 jars is: \[C(90,000)=0.7(90,000)+12,000=$75,000\]
anonymous
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sorry for the misunderstanding thanks so much!
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You're welcome!
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