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Exercise 1 Answers
1. One of my neighbors, Mrs. Hilton, is known by her driving style - she takes corners on two
wheels. Mrs. Hilton's benefit function for speed, S, is
B(S) = 750S2
Mrs. Hilton's cost of ticket is
C(S) = 100S1.5
a.