a. Write out the equation for the net benefits
Net Benefits are given by:
N(Q) = B(Q) - C(Q)
N(Q) = (150+28*Q-5*Q*Q) - (100+8*Q)
N(Q) = 150 + 28*Q-5*Q*Q-100-8*Q
N(Q) =50+20*Q-5*Q*Q
b. What are the net benefits when Q=1,Q=5?
Net Benefits when Q=1 are
N(1)

1. Evaluate B(Q) and C(Q) when Q=3,Q=5, and Q=10
Evaluating a function means that where you see a Q, replace it with the value you are asked to evaluate the function at. Then, complete the computation.
Q=3:
Q=5:
Q=10:
B(3) =
B(5)=
B(10)=
564
900
1600
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Suppose that the total benefit and total cost structure from an activity are, respectively, given by the following equations:
B(Q) = 150 + 28*Q - 5 * Q * Q
C(Q) = 100 + 8*Q
a) Write out the equation for the net benefits
b) What are the net benefits when Q

An engineering firm recently conducted a study to determine its benefit and cost structure. The results of the study are as follows:
B(Q) = 200*Q -4*Q*Q
C(Q) = 6*Q*Q
1. Evaluate B(Q) and C(Q) when Q =3, Q=5, and Q=10.
2. Determine the level of net benefit