anonymous
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marginal profit for sales... totally lost it at the p'.. pic included...
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anonymous
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i am taking applied calculus on my one.. so i only have videos to watch. this is a screenshot of the video showing how to solve the problem as this is how i take my notes to get going. Guy did the p'/ deriv equation and just started answering the questions... I got lost at the 1024\[\frac{ 1024 }{ x(1/2)}+ \frac{ 1 }{4x ^{3} }\] at first i was plugging the part A which is 150 into each X spot, but i got no where near his answer. what am i doing wrong???
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anonymous
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heh webassign
anonymous
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His answer is completely fine! http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=1024%2Fsqrt%28150%29%2B1%2F%284%28150%29%5E3%29

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anonymous
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Are you sure you plugged in correctly? that should be \(\sqrt{x}\) not \(x(1/2)\) in that denominator, by the way.
anonymous
  • anonymous
let me recalc
anonymous
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whew, after an hour of scratching my head i can finally do a sigh of relief. Its all in how you put it in the calc... Thanks oldrin
anonymous
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No problem @jaytina! Make sure you correctly group expressions. Do you understand the section intuitively?
anonymous
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for this section i am getting by for the most part. these vids and THIS SITE is definitely helping.

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