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Unformatted text preview: 3000 C x x x = + + . C is stated in thousands of dollars. Use the marginal cost function to approximate the cost of producing the 5001 st item. A. $700 B. $3,753,700 C. $699.98 D. $3,753,000 E. None of the above 7. A company finds that its total monthly cost for producing x of its product is given by the function: 2 ( ) .01 800 3000 C x x x = + + . C is stated in thousands of dollars. Find the average cost function. A. 3000 .01 800 x x+ + B. .02 800 x+ C. 2 3000 .01 xD. None of the above 8. If '(2000) 5400 and '(2000) 6100 C R = = where both are expressed in dollars, what is the approximate profit realized on the sale of the 2001 st item? A. Not enough information is given. B. $11,500 C. $700 D. $7 E. None of the above...
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