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burhan101

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    \[\huge R'(n)= -4n+14.5\]

  3. Luis_Rivera
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    " dying aint much of a living son "

  4. burhan101
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    I dont get how to do R'(n)=0

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    for c)

  6. amistre64
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    you are given R(n) as a product of 2 terms in n; you can either expand it out into a polynomial, or work a product rule to determine R'(n). Either way, it simplifies to a linear (or affine) function in n

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