Posted by **Tim** on Friday, May 3, 2013 at 2:31pm.

A company is manufacturing kayaks and can sell all that it manufactures. The revenue (in dollars) is given by R=750-(X^2/30) where the production output in 1 day is x kayaks. If production is increasing at 3 kayaks per day when production is 40 kayaks per day, find the rate of increase in revenue.

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