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Unformatted text preview: (fads: (faith: -é+c Ex2+4x+c [ X11 [1X 13 { X11 nix: %X?+c S 3 “Eu—2]“ [E 3 3 g [;+X—2]dx= EhIX—;+C 3 [5 X4 [1X [92de 3 1 { nix: 4DX5+C [‘ehdx: Eegxﬂ: h. 5431—4 [[XL §ﬁ+K—5I4]dx 1 9 1 _ '— {[X3-EH§+X'5H]dx= EK4—3X2—4X 4+: __. ' 2 Fm ..I {ﬁx + 53' “1K Find f such that f “(le = 1|le — 9, fm = n [(5% \$1ng 12X3+3E|x2+251s§+c ﬁx): 558—931—132 L. f “as = E, as) = s 1 ax): 1251+ s {Simplify Find fsuch that s “as = 8x2 + 53- 2 and spy = s. 3 5 flﬁX) = —x3+ —K2— 2x+ E 3 2 2: Find fsuch that f {(X) = 1", , K £(1s)=31. EEK): 41E+1s A small tie shop ﬁnds that at a sales level of X ties per day its marginal proﬁt is MF(X) dollars per tie, WhEI’E MP(X)=1.5EI + D.U2X— III.|I||I|21X2. Also, the shop will lose \$95 per day at a sales level ofx= I]. Find the proﬁt ﬁom operating the shop at a sales level ofx ties per day. 13'ng = 1.5llx+ one? — oooosx3 — as A company ﬁnds that the rate at which the quantity of a product that consumers demand changes with respect to price is given by the marginal-demand function 3000 K2 Where x is the price per unit, in dollars. Find the demand function if it is known that 1005 units of the product are demanded by consumers when the price is \$3 per unit. DIX) = — sooo DEX) = + 5 (Siranify your answer. Do not factor.) ...
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