# College Algebra

The manufacturer of an energy drink spends \$1.20 to make each drink and sells them for \$3. The manufacturer also has fixed costs each month of \$9000.

A.Find the cost function C when x energy drinks are manufactured.
C(x)=
B. Find the revenue unction R when x drinks are sold.
R(x)=
C. Find the break-even point by any method.
x= drinks.

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
3. 👁 3,112
1. C(x) = 9000 + 1.20x
R(x) = 3.00x
now just find x where C=R

1. 👍 1
2. 👎 2
2. The manufacturer of an energy drink spends
\$
1.20
to make each drink and sells them for
\$
2
. The manufacturer also has fixed costs each month of
\$
10000
.

a
.
Find the cost function
C
when
x
energy drinks are manufactured.
C
(
x
)
=

b
.
Find the revenue function
R
when
x
drinks are sold.
R
(
x
)
=

c
.
Find the break-even point by any method.
x
=
drinks

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0

## Similar Questions

1. ### Algebra

1. you and a friend balls for like a salad and a small drink. between the two of you, you have \$8.00. A salad costs \$2.49 and a small drink is \$0.99. Can either of you have a second salad or a drink? assume there is no sales tax.

2. ### physics

A 64.8 g drink is left on a turntable causing it to turn with an angular speed of 8.50 rad/s. If the drink has coefficients of friction of μs = 0.890 and μk = 0.500 with the turntable, what is the furthest distance that the

3. ### maths

A fruit drink is made by mixing juice and lemonade in the ratio : 1 : 4 (juice : lemonade) Juice costs £6.00 per litre. Lemonade costs 50p per litre. a) show that 1 litre of the fruit drink costs £1.60 to make. b) The fruit

4. ### MATH

A market analyst creates a taste test to be conducted in a local shopping mall. The experiment asks 500 participants to select which of 2 soft drinks they prefer. The drinks are the same color and in similar cups. Participants

1. ### math

The table shows the drink preferences of 50 shoppers at the mall. What is the probability that one shopper, selected at random from the 50 surveyed, preferred either Drink B or Drink A? 8/25 3/10 11/25 7/25***

2. ### math

A company begins a radio advertising campaign in Chicago to market a new soft drink. The percentage of the target market that buys a soft drink is estimated by the function f(t)=100(1-e^-0.01t), where t is the number of days of

3. ### chemistry

How much ice is required to cool a 15.0oz drink from 71 F to 34 F, if the heat capacity of the drink is 4.18 J/g*C ? (Assume that the heat transfer is 100% efficient.)

4. ### SCIENCE!!!!!

suppose that you dissolve 250ml of drink crystals in 1000ml of water. You get 1175ml of drink rather than 1250ml. how can you use the partical model of matter to explain this?

1. ### Math

Rachel buys a drink. She spends the same amount of money on her drink ad chuck spent on his candy Rachel now has only 1/3 of the amount of money that she had before she bought the drink. How much money did Rachel have before she

2. ### statistics

A researcher is testing the hypothesis that consuming a sports drink during exercise improves endurance. A sample of n=50 male college students is obtained and each student is given a series of three endurance tasks and asked to

3. ### science

what volume of helium would be in a balloon the size of a soft drink bottle? Depends on the size of the soft drink bottle. . . . The worksheet didn't specify the size. It wants us to apply strategies. Thank you.... i'm assuming

4. ### Math

It takes 3/8 cup of powered drink mix to make 1 quart of a flavored drink. How many quarts of flavored drink can Juanita make with 3 cups of Cherry, 7/8 cups of grape and 2 1/4 cups of orange?