Eco_Part2.pdf - C(y = y 2 16 x(p = 200 008 p C(x = 7x x =...

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C ( y ) = y 2 + 16 x ( p ) = 200 , 008 p C ( x ) = 7 x x = 5 l w = 10 P ( y ) = 95 y
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93 2 C ( y ) = y x ( p ) = 1 . 000 . 000 p C ( y ) = y 2 + 1 x ( p ) = 3 . 000 . 000 p C ( y ) = y 2 x ( p ) = 1000 p y ( p ) = 0 . 5 p y ( p ) = 50 p 1000 51 50 , 000 51
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y y = l a a > 0 l w = 2 a < 1 = C ( y ) = 2 y 1 a + 16 V C ( y ) = 2 y 1 a FC = 16 AC ( y ) = 2 y 1 a 1 + 16 y y ( p ) = a p 2 1 1 a 1 x ( p ) = 101 p MC ( y ) = c ˜ y x = y = 101 c 2 ˜ y > 50 . 5 x = y = 101 c = ( 101 c ) 2 2 CS = 0 CS = ( 101 c ) 2 8
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y ( l ) = 10 l 1 2 l l TFC = 50 p = 5 l w = 2 w = 4 l ( y = 20 ) = 4 C ( y ) = y 2 50 + 50 a > 0
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a = 6 a = 6 x A 2 = 1000 x A 1 x B 2 = 900 9 a x B 1 a < 9 a > 9 x A 1 = 500 x A 2 = 500 x B 1 = 360 x B 2 = 360 x 1 = x A 1 + x B 1 = 860 x 2 = x A 2 + x B 2 = 860 x 1 = x A 1 + x B 1 = 950 x 2 = x A 2 + x B 2 = 950 x ( p ) = B p y ( p ) = p x y B > 0 p
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B B x ( p ) = 11 p C ( y ) = y F x ( p ) = 13 p F x = y = 5 = 25 x = y = 6 = 36 F 11 F 22 P ( y ) = 1 y 1 i = 1 , 2 C ( y ) = f f
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f = 0 f = 0 f p p + 1 p = 1 y i = 0 . 25 p = 0 y i = 0 . 5 x ( p ) = 500 p y ( p ) = p x = y = 250 p = 250 1 , 000 3 500 3 500 , 000 9
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x 1 A = 1000 x 2 A x 1 B = 990 10 x 2 B x 2 C = 1000 x A 1 = x A 2 = 500 x B 1 = x B 2 = 90 x AB 1 = 995 x AB 2 = 995 C ( y ) = 0 . 5 y 2 + 32 x ( p ) = 88 p
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y ( p ) = p p 8 y ( p ) = 0 p < 8 p = 8 x = y
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  • Spring '15
  • Thomas Epper

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