anonymous
  • anonymous
HELP PLEASEEEEEEE I got D wrong If the profit equation for Hershey’s is represented by p = r – c, where p is profit, r is revenue and c is cost, and c is modeled by the equation from problem 1, while revenue is modeled by $6.27x, what is the profit made by the production and sale of 2,000 batches? Select one: a. $12,540 b. $0.10 c. $12,539.90 d. $0 ((Incorrect))
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jamiebookeater
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F_Jayyy
  • F_Jayyy
does c=2000?
F_Jayyy
  • F_Jayyy
It would have to be D...dang thats so confusing
Owlcoffee
  • Owlcoffee
Okay, what is problem 1?

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Owlcoffee
  • Owlcoffee
Are you sure? because the exercise is pointing to a previous solution.
F_Jayyy
  • F_Jayyy
thats what i was thinking because I dont even see a price for the product @Owlcoffee
anonymous
  • anonymous
how do i solve to get the price in the first place?
Owlcoffee
  • Owlcoffee
"c is modeled by the equation from problem 1".
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
OOOOH let me join in
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
not very good at watching other people solve stuff i like to join conversations about math
F_Jayyy
  • F_Jayyy
Because to get a profit you would need to know the price of the product
anonymous
  • anonymous
wouldnt you use 6.27 as the price?
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
whats the question again
anonymous
  • anonymous
If the profit equation for Hershey’s is represented by p = r – c, where p is profit, r is revenue and c is cost, and c is modeled by the equation from problem 1, while revenue is modeled by $6.27x, what is the profit made by the production and sale of 2,000 batches? Select one: a. $12,540 b. $0.10 c. $12,539.90 d. $0 ((Incorrect))
F_Jayyy
  • F_Jayyy
$6.27 is the revenue
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
ok let me see try to work this out give u the most possible answer there is in information
F_Jayyy
  • F_Jayyy
now you still need profit (what you make of the product) and cost ( how much it cost to make the product)
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
its eitheer a or c
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
it might be B just dont see how u can only get 10 cent for profit thats way to low
anonymous
  • anonymous
its not A
F_Jayyy
  • F_Jayyy
what if it was 0.10 profit on each product? thats a possibility. but i doubt it
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
ITS A
anonymous
  • anonymous
no .
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
i'll try again
F_Jayyy
  • F_Jayyy
What was the question before this one?
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
yeah what was the question before this one because im confused now thoght it was a and i still think it is but its not
MaurticeWilliams
  • MaurticeWilliams
F jayyy what did u get for the answer
F_Jayyy
  • F_Jayyy
i cant get an answer without knowing how much they were sold for so i am a little confused

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