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If the total cost of producing X units of a product is given by C(X)= 10,000 + 20xe X/600... find the marginal cost when 600 units are produced

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  1. C(X)= 10,000 + 20xeX/600

    makes no sense to me, did you mean
    C(X)= 10,000 + 20xe^(x/600) ??

    if so, just plug in x = 600
    to get C(600) = 10000 + 600(e^1)
    = ....

    e^1 = 2.718281828...

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