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Homework Help: calculus for business

Posted by charmaine on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 9:48pm.

The weekly cost of manufacturing x telephones per week is found by a manufacturer to be C(x) = 500 + 20x = x^2 dollars. the telephone can be sold at a price p = $80 each. find the manufacturing break-even production level and for what production levels will the manufacturer experience a profit

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