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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I received 1/2 points for my response of "Seeing as the cost per share is 20 we now have the equation of 20=500/n, solving this we can get n=500/20 which converts into 50/2 which finally converts into 25 which is your answer of how many new contributors are needed."

  2. nikato
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    you received half the points because you only solved for the second question

  3. nikato
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    the first question ask you to find a function models the cost per share, C, with respect to the number of new contributors, n. and that would be C=500/n

  4. anonymous
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    How did you come up with that answer, if you don't mind me asking

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