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The Mathematical model C(x)=100x+20,000 represents the cost in dollars a company
has in manufacturing x item during a month.

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    Your question is?

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    How do I solve this? I don't even know where to begin.

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    The Mathematical model C(x)=100x+20,000 represents the cost in dollars a company
    has in manufacturing x item during a month. Base on this, how much it does it cost to
    produce 700 item?

    Sorry, I did not put the whole question up

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    Actually, Maybe I've got it. Is it 100(700)+20000=90,000

    It will cost $90,000 to make 700 items.

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    Correct, well done!

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