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Posted by **LimaBeans93** on Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 9:13pm.

a) Define a function, which gives the producer’s total cost in terms of the number of DVDs produced.

b) Define another function, which gives the total revenue in terms of the number of DVDs sold.

(c) Graph both the functions on the same set of axes.

(d) Locate the point of intersection.

(e) How many DVDs must they produce so that cost equals revenue (they breakeven)?

- Math -
**Steve**, Wednesday, January 25, 2012 at 12:38pmc = 406000 + 5n

r = 12n

at breakeven, c=r

406000+5n=12n

406000=7n

n = 58000

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