Hello! Suppose that the price per unit in dollars of a cell phone production is modeled by p = $55 − 0.0125x, where x is in thousands of phones produced, and the revenue represented by thousands of dollars is R

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  1. Calculus

    The demand function for the Luminar desk lamp is given by the following function where x is the quantity demanded in thousands and p is the unit price in dollars. p = f(x) = -0.1x2 - 0.3x + 39 (a) Find f '(x). f '(x) = (b) What is the rate of change of the

  2. College Algebra

    Suppose that the price per unit in dollars of a cell phone production is modeled by p = $45 − 0.0125x, where x is in thousands of phones produced, and the revenue represented by thousands of dollars is R = x · p. Find the production level that will

  3. Calculus

    The demand function for the Luminar desk lamp is given by p = f(x) = −0.1x^2 − 0.7x + 20 where x is the quantity demanded in thousands and p is the unit price in dollars. (a) Find f '(x). (b) What is the rate of change of the unit price (in dollars per

  4. physics

    While riding in a hot air balloon, which is steadily descending at a speed of 1.39 m/s, you accidentally drop your cell phone. (a) After 4.00 s, what is the speed of the cell phone? (b) How far is the cell phone below the balloon after this time? d = m (c)

  5. !math (4)

    The demand function for a certain brand of CD is given by p = −0.01x^2 − 0.2x + 12 where p is the unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. The supply function is given by p = 0.01x^2 + 0.5x + 3

  6. algebra

    Amy has set aside $150 a month for her cell phone bill. Thecost for a monthly cell phone plan is a $65 access fee plus $20 per gigabyte of data used. Which expression represents the amount of money Amy has left from her monthly budget after she pays her

  7. Statistics

    Q1:(a) Make a relative frequency table of the data. Enter your answers to three decimal places. Cell Phone Owned Relative Frequency Android smartphone iPhone smartphone Blackberry smartphone Cell phone not smartphone No cell phone Total (b) Round your

  8. statistics

    A study was conducted to investigate the relationship between the cost, y (in tens of thousands of dollars), per unit of equipment manufactured and the number of units produced per run, x. The resulting equation for the line of best fit is given below,

  9. Math

    The revenue function for a production by a theater group is R(t)= -50t^2+300t, where t is the ticket price in dollars. The cost function for the production is C(t)= 600-50t. Determine the ticket price that will allow the production to break even.

  10. Algebra

    Hello! Suppose that the price per unit in dollars of a cell phone production is modeled by p = $55 − 0.0125x, where x is in thousands of phones produced, and the revenue represented by thousands of dollars is R = x · p. Find the production level that

  11. Algebra

    Your cell phone plan costs 55 dollars a month, plus 35 cents per minute. Write an equation to represent the monthly bill of the cell phone plan.

  12. calculus

    A fertilizer producer finds that it can sell its product at a price of p=5000-1.0x dollars per unit when it produces x units of fertilizer. The total production cost (in dollars) for units is c(x)=150000+1250x+0.25x^2 If the production capacity of the firm

  13. Calculus

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 144 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

  14. math

    Suppose the cost function associated with a product is C(x) = cx + F dollars and the revenue function is R(x) = sx, where c denotes the unit cost of production, s the unit selling price, F the fixed cost incurred by the firm, and x the level of production

  15. Calculus

    A company decides to begin making and selling computers. The price function is given as follows: p=−70x+4000, where x is the number of computers that can be sold at a price of p dollars per unit. Additionally, the financial department has determined that

  16. calculus

    A fertilizer producer finds that it can sell its product at a price of p=300-x dollars per unit when it produces x units of fertilizer. The total production cost (in dollars) for x units is C(x)= 20,000+24x+0.5x^2. How many units must be manufactured to

  17. Math

    The monthly revenue R (in thousands of dollars) from the sales of a digital picture frame is approximated by R(p) = −10p^2 + 1480p, where p is the price per unit (in dollars). a) Find the unit price that will yield a maximum monthly revenue. b) What is

  18. pre calculus

    You have a $50 coupon from the manufacturer good for the purchase of a cell phone. The store where you are purchasing your cell phone is offering a 20% discount on all cell phones. Let x represent the regular price of the cell phone. (a) Suppose only the

  19. !math (6)

    The quantity demanded x (in units of a hundred) of the Mikado miniature cameras per week is related to the unit price p (in dollars) by p = −0.2x^2 + 220 and the quantity x (in units of a hundred) that the supplier is willing to make available in the

  20. Math

    The cost of producing x units of a certain commodity is given by P(x)=1000+ int(MC(s))ds from 0 to x, where P is in dollars and M(x) is marginal cost in dollars per unit. A. Suppose the marginal cost at a production level of 500 units is $10 per unit, and

  21. Statistics

    The proportion of students who own a cell phone on college campuses across the country has increased tremendously over the past few years. It is estimated that approximately 90% of students now own a cell phone and 10% do not own a cell phone. Fifteen

  22. MATH

    Consider the supply equation p=2x+10, where x is the quantity supplied in units of 1,000 and p is the unit price in dollars. Determine the number of units of the commodity the supplier will make available in the market at the given unit price. p=16

  23. Social Studies

    A popular cell phone manufacturer begins selling a new phone with many unique features. Lots of people want to buy the new phone. The old phone cost $149. What is the most likely price of the new phone? $79 $129 $149 $199 Is it $199?

  24. Algebra

    83. Minimizing Marginal Cost The marginal cost of a product can be thought of as the cost of producing one additional unit of output. For example, if the marginal cost of producing the 50th product is $6.20, it cost $6.20 to increase production from 49 to

  25. math

    suppose that the Aztec cell phone company charges $50 per month plus 15 cents per minute while the southern cell phone company charges no monthly fee but 25 cents per minute after how many minutes of phone usage would a monthly phone bill be the same from

  26. Math

    Please show me how to set it up and to solve: A cell phone company sells about 500 phones each week when it charges $75 per phone. It sells about 20 more phones per week for each $1 decrease in price. The company's revenue is the product of the number of

  27. math

    Suppose a company has fixed costs of $45,600 and variable cost per unit of 1/3x + 444 dollars, where x is the total number of units produced. Suppose further that the selling price of its product is 2368 − 2/3x dollars per unit. (a) Find the break-even

  28. math

    The following table gives the cost and revenue, in dollars, for different production levels, q. Answer the questions below. q 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 R(q) 0 450 900 1350 1800 2250 2700 C(q) 670 865 990 1095 1255 1820 2590 1. The fixed costs are dollars

  29. Math

    Suppose a company has fixed costs of $38,400 and variable cost per unit of 1 3 x + 222 dollars, where x is the total number of units produced. Suppose further that the selling price of its product is 1454 − 2 3 x dollars per unit. (a) Find the break-even

  30. Calculus

    It is known that the quantity demanded of a certain make of portable hair dryer is x hundred units/week and the corresponding wholesale price is shown below where p is in dollars. p = sqrt(225 - 5x) The supplier will make x hundred units of hair dryers

  31. physics

    While riding in a hot air balloon, which is steadily descending at a speed of 1.39 m/s, you accidentally drop your cell phone. (a) After 4.00 s, what is the speed of the cell phone? (b) How far is the cell phone below the balloon after this time? d = m (c)

  32. Mathematics in Economy

    A firm produces two different kinds A and B of a commodity. The daily cost of producing x units of A and y units of B is C(x,y) = 0.04x2 + 0.01xy + 0.01y2 +4x + 2y +500 Suppose that firm sells all its output at a price per unit of 15 for A and 9 for B.

  33. Algebra

    Suppose you are paying your cell phone bill. The function C(m) represents the cost C of your monthly cell phone bill with m minutes. Given the equation: What does the number 0.25 represent?

  34. precal

    A cell phone company’s profit is modeled by the function p(x) = 10x − x2 − 1, where p is expressed in thousands of dollars and x is the number of phones sold in hundreds. How many phones must the company sell to make a profit of more than $15,000?

  35. math

    Avery paid $168 on a cell phone. What was the original price of the phone if he got it at a 30 percent discount?

  36. Calculus

    Suppose that the price p, in thousand pesos, and the number of sales x(in hundreds) of a certain item can be modeled by the equation 5p+4x+px=100. Suppose also that the price is increasing at the rate of $200 per year. How fast is the quantity changing at

  37. Statistics

    A manufacturer estimates that when x units of a particular commodity are produced each month, the total cost (in dollars) will be C(x) = 1/8x^2+4x+200 and all units can be sold at a price of p(x) = 49 - x dollars per unit. Determine the price that

  38. Math

    2. The cost of producing x units of a certain commodity is given by Px  1000  0 x MCsds, where P is in dollars and Mx is marginal cost in dollars per unit. A. Suppose the marginal cost at a production level of 500 units is $10 per unit, and the cost

  39. Social Studies

    A popular cell phone manufacture begins sellings a new phone with many unique =features. Lots of people want to buy the new phone. The old phone cost $149.00. What is the most likely price of the new phone?

  40. Managerial Economics

    Suppose that Neptune Music has the copyright to the latest CD of the heavy Iron Band. The market demand curve for the CD is Q=800-100p, where Q represents quantity demanded in thousands and p represents the price in dollars. Production requires a fixed

  41. Calculus

    When production is 1700, marginal revenue is 8 dollars per unit and marginal cost is 6.75 dollars per unit. Do you expect maximum profit to occur at a production level above or below 1700? If production is increased by 50 units, what would you estimate the

  42. math Please help me with part b

    The average cost per item, C, in dollars, of manufacturing a quantity q of cell phones is given by C= (a/q) + b where a and b are positive constants a.Find the rate of change of C as q increases. What are its units? b. Currently, 5000 phones are being made

  43. ALGEBRA HELP OR I AM GONNA FAIL I CANT DO THIS

    compare two cell phone companies offers to see which is the better deal. Horizon Cell Phone Company Vertigo Cell Phone Company Base rate=$40 Plus every minute costs $0.05 vertigo company Base rate=$30 Plus every minute costs $0.07 Step 1: Write a linear

  44. Statistics

    12. The proportion of students who own a cell phone on college campuses across the country has increased tremendously over the past few years. It is estimated that approximately 94% of students now own a cell phone. Twenty five students are to be selected

  45. Calculus

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation P=132-x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand. Titan

  46. Calculus: Help !

    The demand function for a certain brand of blank digital camcorder tapes is given by p=−0.02x^2−0.1x+24 where p is the wholesale unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. Determine the consumers'

  47. Statistics

    Suppose that 92% of all SFSU students own a cell phone. Find the probability that 7 out of 10 random selected SFSU students own a cell phone. explain how answer was arrived

  48. math

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 102 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

  49. Math

    Suppose your cell phone company offers two plans. The pay-per-call plan charges 14 dollars per month plus 6 cents per minute. The unlimited-calling plan charges a flat rate of 22 dollars per month. How many minutes per month must you use for the

  50. math

    The quantity demanded x (in units of a hundred) of the Mikado miniature cameras/week is related to the unit price p (in dollars) by p = −0.2x2 + 80 and the quantity x (in units of a hundred) that the supplier is willing to make available in the market is

  51. English

    I need to interview a group of American 16-year-old-students who are visiting our school. I hope you can help me wiht the questionnaire. Thank you. 1) How often do you have English a week/during the week/every week/per week? 3) How much free time do you

  52. Finite math

    Consider the supply equation p=2x+10, where x is the quantity supplied in units of 1,000 and p is the unit price in dollars. Determine the number of units of the commodity the supplier will make available in the market at the given unit price. p=18

  53. Math

    The monthly revenue R (in thousands of dollars) from the sales of a digital picture frame is approximated by R(p) = −10p^2 + 1480p, where p is the price per unit (in dollars). a) Find the unit price that will yield a maximum monthly revenue. answer:

  54. Economics

    Hopefully someone can help me with this. "Suppose the production of airframes is characterized by a CES production function: Q=(K^0.5 + L^0.5)^2 (MPL = (K^1/2 + L^1/2) /L^1/2), MPK = (K^1/2 + L^1/2) /K^1/2) Suppose that the price of labor is $10 per unit

  55. Math

    Hi can someone help me with this question. This is on my review. Thanks! The monthly cost C, in dollars, for international calls on a certain cellular phone plan is modeled by the function where x is the number of minutes used. (a) What is the cost if you

  56. Calculus

    The cost of producing commodity is C(X)=3X^2+4X+8 dollars.If the price is P(X)=(50-X) dollars per unit,determine the level of production that maximizes the profit. ---------- What is the level of production.

  57. English

    1. The cell phone vibrates when somebody calls me. 2. The cell phone vibrates when someone calls me at the phone. 3. The cell phone vibrates when a text message comes/arrives. 4. The cell phone vibrates when a text message is sent to the phone. 5. The cell

  58. algebra

    A company's profit on phone sales is modeled by the function P(x)= -x^2+90x+497,975 where x is the price of a phone. To the nearest dollar, what price gives the maximum profit? Show all work. The answer is $752 per phone, but I don't know how.

  59. calc

    When production is 3000, marginal revenue is 7 dollars per unit and marginal cost is 5 dollars per unit. Do you expect maximum profit to occur at a production level above or below 3000? (Enter above or below.) If production is increased by 30 units, what

  60. Economics

    The chapter is on Production and costs in thelong run, we are given a long run expansion path graph, all through out the book we are given labor cost and capital cost, ie. price of labor $5 dollars per unit(w), price of capital $10 per unit (r). Then I get

  61. English Expression

    Have you got your health checked? We have to go the hospital to get your medical certificate. After the 5th period, let's go out. He doesn't seem to have classes after 5th period(class). As I don't have classes as well, we can go out to do several things.

  62. Business Math

    Suppose a company has fixed costs of $2400 and variable costs per unit of 3/4x + 1690 dollars, where x is the total number of units produced. Suppose further that the selling price of its product is 1800 − 1/4x dollars per unit. (a) Find the break-even

  63. statistic

    A survey of drivers in the United States found that 15% never use a cell phone while driving. Suppose that drivers arrive at random at an auto inspection station. a. If the inspector checks 10 drivers, what is the probability that at least one driver never

  64. stastics

    A survey of drivers in the United States found that 15% never use a cell phone while driving. Suppose that drivers arrive at random at an auto inspection station. a. If the inspector checks 10 drivers, what is the probability that at least one driver never

  65. English

    1. The cell phone vibrates. 2. The specific cell phone (I showed you before) vibrates. 3. Any cell phone vibrates. 4. The cell phone is vibrating. [Does #1 mean #2 or #3? In #4, the specific phone is vibrating. So, no problem. However, all cell phones do

  66. Statistics

    Professor does not teach from a book so am not sure how to apply this problem to the regression equation. Thanks in advance. Problem below. Cell Phone Mins= 3.5*cost + 25 where cell phone mins measure the number of minutes per month and cost is the dollar

  67. Math

    According to CTIA-The Wireless Association, the mean monthly cell phone bill in 2004 was $50.64. A market researcher believes that the mean monthly cell phone bill is different today, but is not sure whether bills have declined because of technological

  68. Statistics

    I have a take home test I am working on. Any help would be appreciated. Professor does not teach from a book so am not sure how to apply this problem to the regression equation. Thanks in advance. Problem below. Cell Phone Mins= 3.5*cost + 25 where cell

  69. Economics

    The strongest argument to favor government regulation of cell phone service grids is that A. there are too many cell phone service towers B. the government could provide better cell phone service C. in some metropolitan areas there are too many choices fro

  70. Question for math.

    how do i solve this? When x number of units are sold, the price of each unit (in dollars) is given by . Find the unit price when the following quantities are sold: 2,7,9,11. You seem to have omitted an equation after the word "by" the equation is : p= -x/2

  71. Algebra

    Lisa buys a cell phone that is on sale for 15% off the original price. The original price is $180 more than the sale price. What is the original price of the cell phone.

  72. Math [Consumer Surplus]

    The demand function for a certain brand of blank digital camcorder tapes is given by p=−0.02x^2−0.1x+24 where p is the wholesale unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. Determine the consumers'

  73. !math (5)

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 160 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

  74. *math (5)

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 160 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

  75. !math (5)

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 160 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

  76. Math

    The average number of new virus particles (virions) produced by a virally-infected cell during its lifetime is called the burst size. We will call the burst size N. Under reasonable assumptions, N can be approximated by N = p/u(p) where p is the rate of

  77. ALGEBRA- MATH

    Avery paid $168 for a cell phone. What was the original price of the phone if he got it at a 30% discount?

  78. math- Trigonometry

    A wire is attached to a cell phone tower at Sunshine Village. The wire is 15.6m in length, and the angle of elevation is 54°. What is the distance between the wire and the base of the cell phone tower, along the ground, correct to the nearest tenth of a

  79. math Calc

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 172 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

  80. math

    Yolanda is saving for a new cell phone. So far she has saved $54 from her babysitting jobs. She calculated that this is 45% of the amount she needs for the phone. What is the total cost of the new cell phone?

  81. Calculus

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 144 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

  82. Math

    In economics, the demand for a product is the amount of that product that consumers are willing to buy at a given price. The quantity demanded of a product usually decreases if the price of that product increases. Suppose that a company believes there is a

  83. MATH EMERGENCY

    The demand function for a certain brand of CD is given by p = −0.01x^2 − 0.2x + 12 where p is the unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. The supply function is given by p = 0.01x^2 + 0.7x + 1

  84. !math (4)

    The demand function for a certain brand of CD is given by p = −0.01x^2 − 0.2x + 12 where p is the unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. The supply function is given by p = 0.01x^2 + 0.5x + 3

  85. *math (4)

    The demand function for a certain brand of CD is given by p = −0.01x^2 − 0.2x + 12 where p is the unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. The supply function is given by p = 0.01x^2 + 0.5x + 3

  86. !math (6)

    The quantity demanded x (in units of a hundred) of the Mikado miniature cameras per week is related to the unit price p (in dollars) by p = −0.2x^2 + 220 and the quantity x (in units of a hundred) that the supplier is willing to make available in the

  87. *math (6)

    The quantity demanded x (in units of a hundred) of the Mikado miniature cameras per week is related to the unit price p (in dollars) by p = −0.2x^2 + 220 and the quantity x (in units of a hundred) that the supplier is willing to make available in the

  88. Statistics

    Suppose that 92% of all SFSU students own a cell phone. Find the probability that 7 out of 10 random selected SFSU students own a cell phone

  89. english

    i have written an argument paragraph, but my grammar is bad. so can someone tell me how to proofread my paragraph. thx The issue of whether cell phone is endangering people¡¦s safety on the road is still hotly debated. The article, ¡§Cell phones: a

  90. Brief Calculus

    The demand function for a certain brand of CD is given by p = −0.01x2 − 0.2x + 12 where p is the unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. The supply function is given by p = 0.01x^2 + 0.5x + 3

  91. math

    You figure that you will buy property many times and you endeavor to work out a formula that will tell you the price of the land and the price of the buildings any time. So suppose the price for the land and buildings combined is S (for "sum") and the land

  92. math

    Asha wants to buy a smart phone. Three stores have the model she wants advertised as follows: I shack regular price $5,800. Discount 20% off Mobile-T - Regular price 5610. Discount 1/3 off Cell G - Sale price 3,860 a) What is the cost of the smart phone at

  93. math

    The demand function for a certain commodity is approximated by: p = 100e-q/2where "q" is the number of units demanded at a price of "p" dollars per unit. If there is no demand for the product, what will its price be(in dollars)?

  94. economics

    suppose a competitive market consists of identical firms with a constant long run marginal cost of $10. Suppose the demand curve is given by q=1000-p a)What are the price and quantity consumed in the long run competitive equilibrium? b)Suppose one new firm

  95. math

    The quantity demanded x (in units of a hundred) of the Mikado miniature cameras/week is related to the unit price p (in dollars) by p = −0.2x2 + 80 and the quantity x (in units of a hundred) that the supplier is willing to make available in the market is

  96. Physics

    Suppose gold bars are made such that they are cubic. If they are made cubic, then there volume is given by V = L3, where L is the length of a side of the bar. The price of any gold bar is directly proportional to its volume, so the price of the gold is P =

  97. Physics

    Suppose gold bars are made such that they are cubic. If they are made cubic, then there volume is given by V = L3, where L is the length of a side of the bar. The price of any gold bar is directly proportional to its volume, so the price of the gold is P =

  98. English

    I'd like to make a phone call with a cell phone. I'd like to make a phone call by a cell phone. I'd like to make a phone call by cell phone. I'd like to talk one a cell phone. I'd like to talk one the cell phone. I'd like to talk one my cell phone. I'd

  99. Math, mathematics of finance

    I am stuck on these two math questions. If nyone could help me solve them it would be greatly appreciated! Here is the information: Engineering estimates indicate that the variable cost of manufacturing a new product will be $35 per unit.Based on market

  100. Microeconomics

    For this part of the assignment, we will focus on the demand curve. Draw the demand curve for the A-Phone. Explain how the graph, price, and quantity demanded will change if the following occurs: • There is an overall increase in income. • It is

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