Posted by **kyle** on Monday, February 8, 2010 at 8:02pm.

Suppose the total cost, C(q), of producing a quantity q of a product is

given by the equation

C(q) = 5000 + 5q

The average cost per unit quantity, A(q), equals the total cost, C(q),

divided by the quantity produced, q. Find the limiting value of the average

cost per unit as q tends to infinity. In other words find

lim--> infinite A(q)

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