anonymous
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Rafael estimates that it costs $14 to produce each unit of a particular commodity that sells for $23 per unit. There is also a fixed cost of $1,200. 1 Express the cost C (x ), the revenue R (x ) and the profit P (x )
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the smallest number of units that must be produced for rageals company to be profitable?
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1330407849583:dw| so the smallest # is 134 in order to be profitable, 133.3 is a breakeven number

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anonymous
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lastly how do i find the average cost of producint the 2000 units?
anonymous
  • anonymous
plug 2000 into c(x) equation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
that does not give me an average
anonymous
  • anonymous
c(2000) divided by 2000
anonymous
  • anonymous
ot it thanks
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anonymous
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thanks!
anonymous
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