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Let C(q) be the cost, and R(q) be the revenue of producing q items. If C′(23) =62 and R′(23) =57 then approximately how much profit is earned by item number 24?

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  1. If C' and R' are derivatives, there will be a loss of 5. Additional cost per exceeds additional revenue, on a per unit basis.

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