Calculus
posted by anonymous .
Suppose the profit, π, from selling q items of a product is given by π(q) = 2.65q1200.
Find the value of π'(100).

Since π(q) is a linear function, π'(q) is a constant
In your case π'(q) = 2.65
so π'(100) = 2.65
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