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5. Blade-Z manufactures roller blades. The production facility has fixed costs of $400 a day and total production costs of $4,400 per day at an output of 100 pair of skates per day. Which of the following equations represents the daily production cost for Blade-Z based on the number of skates manufactured? (Let C(x) represent the daily production cost and x represent the number of pairs of skates manufactured.) C(x) = 44x C(x) = 40x - 400 C(x) = 44x + 400 C(x) = 40x + 400

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  1. Coolsector
    • 3 years ago
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    100 pairs of skates costs 4400$ to produce so one pair costs 44 there is a cost which is independent of how many pairs produced which is 400$ so C(x) = 400 + 44x

  2. sarahlikewoe
    • 3 years ago
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    thankss

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