Unformatted text preview: MA 160 Section 2.6 Worksheet
Marginals and Differentials Name 67“ «53%;.ng from i. For a certain manufacturer, the daily cost in doilars of producing 3; items is C(x) = eoosx3 — 0.5x2 + 2336 + 300 . Current daily production is 50 items. a. Use C(X) to calculate C(50) , the current daily cost .
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'3: 50 '75s 1 b. Use C(x) to calculate C(51) , the daily cost if 51
items are produced. C(51); loci/55(5)): 15(5 ij+2c§f5 ;)+Seo e 3/090, 74., c. Calcuiate AC for x = 50 and Ax =1 , the change in
cost when daily production increases from 50 to 51 items.
AC = C(x+Ax) — C(x) = C(SO t 1) — C(50) 6. Calculate C (50) the marginal cost when 50 items are produced daily.
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parts a and e to approximate C(51) . “593:5: agesmxccsowc’tscl
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a. In order to be able to sell 900 units, what should
the price per item be? ﬁé‘i’eul: £53 my £5 «a 3g: 35’ W ewe went at $3 ; in. MK @6210 W39,
(3. Find the revenue function R(x). Recall that 120:): xp:x(esm J;§:é§x_%ilﬁ b. How many units will consumers want to buy if
the price is set at $49? I? : 4; 5;” ,0 f; d. What is the revenue when 960 items are sold?
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: 6.9050535»): $57) you e. Find the marginal revenue function. R’éx): egg”: %X‘lz : g. Use your answers from partsdand f to '
R(?al)ﬁf fié‘?ao)+ﬁ {‘faa) l 3! SQCJr—“Q‘g 1:, 33]) 3&0 f. What is the marginal revenue when 900 items are
sold. R ’{Qegza}: £25“ 5* ea; 1.” £2 «:3
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