Posted by **Liz** on Monday, December 4, 2006 at 11:08pm.

The rate of growth of the profit (in millions of dollars) from a new technology is approximated by

P'(x)=xe^(-x^2)

Where x represents time measured in years. The total profit in the thrid year that the new technology is in operation is $10,000.

A. Find the total profit function

B. What happens to the total amount of profit in the long run?

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