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M119FinalReview - The demand equation is p = 2000 4q Fixed...

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The demand equation is p = 2000 – 4q. Fixed costs are $5700 and variable cost per unit is $328. Write the revenue function. Write the cost function. At what quantity is profit maximized? What is the largest profit possible? What is the continuous percent growth rate for P=100e .06t , with time t in years? Write this function in the form P=P 0 a t . What is the annual percent growth rate?
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Math M119 Final Exam Review Chapter 1 Express p as a function of q; q as a function of p. Cost, Revenue and Profit functions and break-even. Supply and demand curves and equilibrium. Exponential and logarithm functions. Exponential growth: 2 different forms (compounded annually or continuously). Be able to convert from one to the other. Growth/decay problems: compound interest, radioactive decay and half-life, population growth
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Math M119 Final Exam Review Chapter 2 Given the graph of f, sketch the graph of the first derivative Estimate the derivative of a function at a point, given the
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