Posted by **petal** on Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 12:20pm.

a dvision of sellier industries manufacturers the perfect model cellular phone. the daily cost (in dollars) of producing these cellular phones is C(x) = 0.0002x^3-0.06x^2+120x+5000

where x stands for the number of units produced

what is the actual cost incurred in manufacturing the 101st cell phone?

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