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Raggs, Ltd. a clothing firm, determines that in order to sell x suits, the price per suit must be p=140-0.5x. It also determines that the total cost of producing x suits is given by C(x) = 2000 +0.75x^2a) Find the total revenue, R(x)b) Find the total profit, P (x)c) How many suits must the company produce and sell in order to maximize profit?d) What is the maximum profit?e) What price per suit must be charged in order to maximize profit?
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3 months ago
The function y = x − 7 x is a solution of the DE xy' + y = 2x. Find x0, given the first-order IVP xy' + y = 2x, y(x0) = 6. Enter your answers as a comma-separated list. x0 = Find the largest interval I for which y(x) is a solution of the IVP for the smaller value of x0. (Enter your answer using interval notation.) Find the largest interval I for which y(x) is a solution of the IVP for the larger value of x0. (Enter your answer using interval notation.)
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3 months ago
1. A game is set up as follows: All the diamonds are removed from a deck of cards, and these 13 cards are placed in a bag. The cards are mixed up, and then one card is chosen at random (and then replaced). The player wins according to the following rules. If the ace is drawn, the player loses $20. If a face card is drawn, the player wins $10. If any other card (2–10) is drawn, the player wins $2. How much should be charged to play this game in order for it to be fair?
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3 months ago
Which choice BEST describes the solution(s) for this system? −3x + 5y = −6 6x − 10y = 12 A) infinitely many solutions B) only one solution C) no solution D) the origin
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PLEASE HELP!Select all values for y that belong to the solution set of the following compound inequality.−4y + 9 > 37 or 3y − 11 ≥ −17Select one or more:A. 4B. 0C. -2D. -5E. 6F. -13
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3 months ago
ALGEBRA 2 help please;Question in the attached
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An aerospace company has submitted bids on two separate federal government defense contracts. The company president believes that there is a 40% probability of winning the first contract. If they win the first contract, the probability of winning the second is 72%. However, if they lose the first contract, the president thinks that the probability of winning the second contract decreases to 54%.A. What is the probability that they win both contracts?Probability =B. What is the probability that they lose both contracts?Probability =C. What is the probability that they win only one contract?Probability =
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A manufacturer of a certain type of large machine wishes to buy rivets from one of two manufacturers. It is important that the breaking strength of each rivet exceed 10,000 psi. Two manufacturers (A and B) offer this type of rivet and both have rivets whose breaking strength is normally distributed. The mean breaking strengths for manufacturers A and B are 14,000 psi and 13,000 psi, respectively.Which manufacturer will produce, on the average, the fewest number of defective rivets?
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3 months ago
Before being simplified, the instructions for computing income tax in Country R were to add 2 percent of one’s annual income to the average (arithmetic mean) of 100 units of Country R’s currency and 1 percent of one’s annual income. Which of the following represents the simplified formula for computing the income tax, in Country R’s currency, for a person in that country whose annual income is I ?A. 50 + I/200B. 50 + 3I/100C. 50 + I/40D. 100 + I/50E. 100 + 3I/100
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3 months ago
Suppose that you borrow $13,000 for three years at 5% toward the purchase of a car. Use [tex]PMT = \frac{P\frac{r}{n}}{1-(1+\frac{r}{n})^-}[/tex] to find the monthly payments and the total interest for the loan.
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3 months ago
The lason school turns 101 years old in June. In order to celebrate, they ask each of 23 classes to collect 101 items and make a collage. How many total items will be in the collage Use mental math to solve explain your thinking
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3 months ago
Which expression is the completely factored form of x6−64y3 ? (x2−4y)(x4−16y2) (x2−4y)3 (x2−4y)(x4+4x2y+16y2) (x2+4y)(x4−4x2y+16y2)
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3 months ago
Use factor trees to find the GCF of 32, 24, and 40.
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How many solutions can be found for the linear equation? 4(x + 5) - 5 = 8x + 18/ 2A)no solutions B)one solution C)two solutions D)infinitely many solutions
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Problem: Find the value of $x$ that maximizes $$f(x) = \log (-20x + 12\sqrt{x}).$$ If there is no maximum value, write "NONE".
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Given the following geometric sequence, find the common ratio: {225, 45, 9, ...}.
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The equation x2 – 1x – 90 = 0 has solutions {a, b}. What is a + b
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As a student you are able to earn extra money by assisting your neighbors with odd jobs. If you charged $10.25 an hour for your assistance about how many hours would you need to work to earn $8,425
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Chloe draws three parallelograms. In each figure, she measures a pair of angles, as shown.What is a reasonable conjecture for Chloe to make by recognizing a pattern and using inductive reasoning?In a parallelogram, all angles are congruentIn a parallelogram, consecutive angles are congruent.In a parallelogram, consecutive angles are supplementary.In a parallelogram, all angles are supplementary.
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3 months ago
A gym charges a $20 sign-up fee plus $25 per month. You have a $120 gift card for the gym. When does the total spent on your gym membership exceed the amount of your gift card?
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