Posted by **RAY** on Tuesday, May 13, 2008 at 12:18am.

How do solve for q for the following and find the derivative for them?

1) pq+p+100q=50000

2) (p+1)( q+1)=1000

3) p=(1/2)ln((5000-q)/(q+1))

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