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The cost of a trip that is L miles long, driving a car that gets m miles per gallon, with gas costs of $p/gal is C=Lp/m dollars. Suppose you plan a trip of L = 1500 mo on a car that gets m = 32 mi/gal, with gas costs of p = $3.80/gal.
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a.) Explain how the cost function is derived.
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This is Calculus 3 math.

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