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anonymous
 one year ago
Gary’s is a small publishing company that publishes math books. The production costs include a onetime cost for editing the book, which is $1,050 for the book the company is currently working on (The Universe of Math). Once the book is in production, the only cost will be the variable cost of printing, which is $15 per book. The company will market the book at a price of $35.
Part A
If you were to plot a graph of the profit generated by this book, what would the slope and the yintercept represent?
anonymous
 one year ago
Gary’s is a small publishing company that publishes math books. The production costs include a onetime cost for editing the book, which is $1,050 for the book the company is currently working on (The Universe of Math). Once the book is in production, the only cost will be the variable cost of printing, which is $15 per book. The company will market the book at a price of $35. Part A If you were to plot a graph of the profit generated by this book, what would the slope and the yintercept represent?

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