• ### I got 19 and 19,415 as the answers but it says that is incorrect. Can anyone help?

1 answer · Mathematics · 2 months ago
• ### I completed the first part but couldn't figure out the inflection point. I thought it was -1 but it is saying that is incorrect?

1 answer · Mathematics · 2 months ago
• ### I got 2.72 and 4.97 for the answers but it appears to be incorrect. How would I do this?

2 answers · Mathematics · 2 months ago

• ### Suppose the demand for an item is give by the demand function, D(q)=-6q+650, where q is units sold at the price of D(q).?

Find the quantity, q, where revenue is changing by 398 dollars per item. Answer: q= ?
Find the quantity, q, where revenue is changing by 398 dollars per item. Answer: q= ?
Homework Help · 3 months ago
• ### If f(x)=3+2x-3x2, find f′(5): =?

1 answer · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### If f(x)=2: Find f′(x) = Find f′(7)=?

2 answers · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### If f(x)=3+2x-3x2, find f′(50): =?

2 answers · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### If f(x)=2, Find f′(x): = ? Find f′(700): = ?

1 answer · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### Suppose the demand for an item is give by the demand function, D(q)=-6q+650, where q is units sold at the price of D(q).?

Find the quantity, q, where revenue is changing by 398 dollars per item. Answer: q=
Find the quantity, q, where revenue is changing by 398 dollars per item. Answer: q=
Homework Help · 3 months ago
• ### If f(x)=3+6x-3x^2, find f′(-3) = ?

4 answers · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### Find the derivative of f(x)=-4x2-6x4-8 f′(x)= ?

3 answers · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### Find the derivative of f(x)= 8x7−10x4 f′(x)= ?

2 answers · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### Suppose the demand for an item is give by the demand function, D(q)=-10q+640, where q is units sold at the price of D(q).?

Find the quantity, q, where revenue is changing by 320 dollars per item. Answer: q= ???
Find the quantity, q, where revenue is changing by 320 dollars per item. Answer: q= ???
Homework Help · 3 months ago
• ### Suppose a revenue function is given by: R(q)=-q3+147q where q is thousands of units and R(q) is thousands of dollars.?

For what value of q is revenue maximized. Round your answer to the nearest tenth (one decimal place). q= ??? thousand units
For what value of q is revenue maximized. Round your answer to the nearest tenth (one decimal place). q= ??? thousand units
1 answer · Homework Help · 3 months ago
• ### Suppose a product's revenue function is given by R(q)=-7q2+400q, where R(q) is in dollars and q is units sold.?

Find a numeric value for the marginal revenue at 9 units, and record your result in the box below. Answer: MR(9)= ??? dollars per unit.
Find a numeric value for the marginal revenue at 9 units, and record your result in the box below. Answer: MR(9)= ??? dollars per unit.
Homework Help · 3 months ago
• ### The demand for a product is given by the following demand function:?

D(q)=-0.008q+97 where q is units in demand and D(q) is the price per item, in dollars. If 5,700 units are in demand, what price can be charged for each item? Answer: Price per unit = \$ ??
D(q)=-0.008q+97 where q is units in demand and D(q) is the price per item, in dollars. If 5,700 units are in demand, what price can be charged for each item? Answer: Price per unit = \$ ??
Other - Business & Finance · 3 months ago
• ### The total cost (in dollars) to produce q units of a good is given by the function: C(q)=6q+60000?

A. What is the total cost to produce q=800 units Total cost = \$ ??? B. What is the cost of the 801st item? Cost of the 801st item = \$ ???
A. What is the total cost to produce q=800 units Total cost = \$ ??? B. What is the cost of the 801st item? Cost of the 801st item = \$ ???
1 answer · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### Let f(t) be the position (meters) of an object at time t (seconds). Let V(t)=f′(t) and A(t)=V′(t). The units of A(t) are: (choose one)?

meters per second seconds per meter per meter meters per second per second seconds meters seconds per meter
meters per second seconds per meter per meter meters per second per second seconds meters seconds per meter
1 answer · Mathematics · 3 months ago
• ### Let f(t) be the position (meters) of an object at time t (seconds). Let = f′(t)=V(t). Then V′(t) is the_____ at t.?

3 answers · Mathematics · 3 months ago