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(MAT105-Intro 2 - Student Shanna Hawxhurst Submitted 4:23pm 1 The Everton College store paid $ for an order of calculators The store paid $ for

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Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Submitted: 04/27/08 4:23pm Instructor: Tom West Course: WEST T MAT 105 803 016 016 Book: Strayer University Math 105: Introduction to College Mathematics Assignment: Chapter 3 Quiz 1. The Everton College store paid $ for an order of calculators. The store paid $ for each scientific calculator. The others, all graphing calculators, cost the store $ each. How many of each type of calculator was ordered? The store ordered scientific calculators and graphing calculators. 2. Suppose that for a certain company C(x) x represents the total cost function, and R(x) x represents the total revenue function. Find the total-profit function and break-even point. Which of the following functions represents the total-profit function? The break-even point is ( , ). (Round to the nearest hundredth.) YOU ANSWERED: 3. If D(p) p and S(p) p are demand and supply functions, respectively, find the equilibrium point. The equilibrium point is ( , ). Page 1 of 8
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Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Submitted: 04/27/08 4:23pm Instructor: Tom West Course: WEST T MAT 105 803 016 016
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(MAT105-Intro 2 - Student Shanna Hawxhurst Submitted 4:23pm 1 The Everton College store paid $ for an order of calculators The store paid $ for

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