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CypherRichard
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Maximizing Profit: Supppose r(X) = X^2/(x^2+1) represents revenue and c(X)= (x1)^3/3 – 1/3 represents cost, with X measured in thousands of units. Is there a production level that maximizes profit? If so, what is it?
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CypherRichard Group Title
Maximizing Profit: Supppose r(X) = X^2/(x^2+1) represents revenue and c(X)= (x1)^3/3 – 1/3 represents cost, with X measured in thousands of units. Is there a production level that maximizes profit? If so, what is it?
 2 years ago
 2 years ago

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shaan_iitk Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Take r(x)  c(x) = p(x) .. Now apply maxima minima to p(x)
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CypherRichard Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
That's where i have trouble, subtracting (x^2/(x^2+1)  (x1)^3/3 – 1/3. After that I know I find the derivative and set it to zero to find the critical points.
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